Sony Xperia Killer Flagship Codenamed 'Yoshino' To Come With 4k Display And Fastest Processor
The big highlight of Sony's MWC announcements could be a new flagship phone that comes with a 4K display and the latest and most powerful chip from Qualcomm the Snapdragon 835. With this in mind, here are all the believed Sony announcements. The company is rumored to launch five new phones with the aforementioned flagship currently referred with its codename Sony 'Yoshino'. Here is a quick run-down of the specs and details you might wanna know.
Sony Xperia 'Yoshino' Expected Specs And Features
The upcoming smartphone refers to the codenamed "Yoshino" clearly offers the most impressive specs to feature a 5.5in 4K display, a Sony IMX 400 camera, and said to powered by Qualcomm's latest chipset, the Snapdragon 835. With either a whopping 4GB or 6GB of RAM, Yoshino will definitely come with a high-end price tag. In addition to the "Yoshino", Sony could unveil four other handsets as well. The "BlancBright" is believed to be similar to the "Yoshino" in most areas, except that it will come a lower resolution 5.5" Quad HD display.
Sony Xperia 'Yoshino' Expected Launch Date
If Sony does indeed announce five new phones all at once at MWC 2017, this will surely become one of the biggest events at the show. What we are not so certain about, though, is whether Sony can truly launch a smartphone with a 4K display and the Snapdragon 835 system chip in the near future. Moreover, we are certainly not fans of the idea of "announce a phone in February, ship it in July", however, given recent reports from a source that Sony has hoarded Snapdragon 835 orders for months to arrive, we suspect that if these rumors are indeed true it will surely be a flagship killer that could steal the show this year.
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