Sony has reported plans to unveil not one, but five different smartphones at MWC 2017 - that's Barcelona's annual tech trade show, scheduled for the end of February. This is according to a source which posted the news earlier this week. The big highlight of Sony's MWC announcements might be a new flagship phone expected with a 4K display and the latest and most powerful Snapdragon 835 system chip on board. We can't confirm the authenticity of the details yet, so take this with a grain of salt. That said, the Sony Mobile rumor mill has been very quiet of late, so it's refreshing to have something to report on. The authenticity of the leak is questionable, however, it hints at the details of five Sony smartphones, two of them are the BlancBright and Keyaki.
Sony BlancBright And Keyaki Expected Specs And Features
Sony Xperia BlancBright is the smaller 5-inch flagship which is said to have a WQHD display and a Snapdragon 653 on board.Equipped with 4GB of RAM and an IMX400 image sensor.While the Sony Xperia Keyaki isNext up is claimed to feature 5.2-inch FHD display, Helio P20 chip, and equipped with 4GB of RAM. There's also 64GB of storage, plus two cameras, a 23-megapixel, and 16-megapixel.
Sony BlancBright And Keyaki Availability And What You Should Know
If Sony does indeed reveal five new phones all at once at MWC 2017, this will definitely become one of the biggest events at the show. What we are not so certain about is whether Sony can indeed launch a smartphone with a 4K display and the Snapdragon 835 system chip in meaningful qualities in the near future. Sony has been facing a tough time in the mobile department and is steadily trying to gain some glory. It could very well run out of business if it doesn't manage to get its sales to increase for which it needs to improve its pricing strategy.