New and unnammed Sony Xperia device gets FCC certification
We are having hopes of a new Xperia device being released soon because of recent, one of such devices visited the FCC and got its certification from the regulatory body. While this means that the device would be available for sale in the United States, we were quite unlucky as to the name of the device but we sure got our hands on a few specs from this unnamed newcomer.
Currently codenamed with the model name Sony 14784Z, the smartphone would pack a battery of 2700mAh and will be unveiled officially on September 1st. During the course of this event too, it is possible that Sony takes the wraps off of another flagship device which is also nameless but carries the model number Xperia F8331. Rumour has it that this later one looks nothing like the older Xperia X and Xperia Z models.
Asides a 4K video recording capability, we expect that this flagship make use of a Type C cable connection and have its resolution set at 1080 x 1920.
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