Every smartphone manufacturer is making Full-Screen display smartphones now and Japanese smartphone company Sony will not be left behind. A couple of leaked pictures on the web shows the upcoming Sony Full-Screen smartphones.
The leaked pictures today are not realistic renders but are live images of the device. There two smartphones may feature 18:9 aspect ratio Full-Screen display but their designs are completely different from each other. They also look nothing like the current Xperia device. One of the devices has a glass body while the other one features a metallic frame. The later one has better ergonomics, while the former one resembles a Xperia device with a squarish shape but with speaker grilles at the top and bottom on the front.
The first smartphone’s rear contains a curvy gloss surface, and the mate region makes a semi-circle shape at the top and bottom. The middle glass portion is likely to have a fingerprint sensor underneath it. The second device has more rounded corners and has a uniform metal back with a round fingerprint sensor embedded in it. The front houses the same grilled speaker on the top and bottom of the other device.
Both the smartphones come with dual camera setup on the rear but with a different arrangement. The first device has a LED flash in between them while the second one has both the camera sensor fixed together. Looking at the size, we can assume the displays to be 5.7 inches with 4K resolution. Also, they may be one of the first devices to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 coupled with 6 GB of RAM and run on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo. They will have USB Type-C for faster data transfer. The device is speculated to be priced at $950 (Rs 62,000 approx) which places them at flagship level status.
The device may initiate a different design paradigm for the future Sony devices. The devices are likely to make an appearance at CES or MWC next year.