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Sony’s Next Flagship Sony H8216 (Xperia XZ 1S or XZ 2) Specs Leaked Online

Last week, we saw a couple of future Xperia model smartphones, and today, details about Sony’s next flagship with the model number SONY H8216 have surfaced on the web. The device is speculated to be the Xperia XZ 1S or Xperia XZ 2 in the 2018 version of Xperia. The details containing the device specs were leaked in the Reddit forum.

The leaked images reveal that the Sony Xperia H8216 will be sporting a 5.48-inch FHD screen with a resolution of (1,920 x 1,080) pixels. The smartphone is expected to be powered by an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

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Leaked Image of Sony Xperia H8216 Specs Sheet ( Image Courtesy: Reddit forum)

As for the optical department, the device will feature dual cameras on the rear consisting of two 12 MP camera sensors while offering a 15 MP sensor on the front for selfies and video calling. The device is expected to run on Android 8.1 Oreo and will be backed by a 3,130mAh battery with Quick Charge support. But the leak suggests the battery power is unsure and may come with a bigger battery considering the Snapdragon 845 chipset.

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Leaked Image of Sony Xperia H8216 Specs Sheet ( Image Courtesy: Reddit forum)

The latest Xperia smartphone will have IP65/68-rated dust and water protection. The device measures 148 × 73.4 × 7.4 mm, similar to the Xperia XZ1, and weighs 156 g. This indicates that the device may be an upgraded Xperia XZ1, Xperia XZ 1s, or an equivalent model. But the display is almost 5.5 inches, making it 0.3 inches larger than XZ 1, which hints that it is an upgraded model and will be featuring smaller bezels. It will be a Dual SIM and offer micro USB support.

The Sony Xperia H8216  is expected to be launched in 2018, making it the first smartphone powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. The model number H8541 was spotted on Uaprof the other day, which confirms the device’s identity. But the device identity is still unknown; it may be an upgraded version, as stated, or may start a completely different series.

About Mrinmoy Choudhury

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