The IFA 2018 tech trade show which is scheduled for August 31st and September 5th in Berlin would have a lot to its show. Sony is also reported to have its Xperia XZ3 flagship debut in the show.
Although, we can see Sony borrowing a few things from the recently launched Xperia XZ2 Premium Smartphone. For instance, the device would sport the front-facing camera and the dual camera setup.
As of today’s news that was found floating on the internet, a brand new Sony device with a model code H8416 was found surfacing the GFXBench App.
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As the reports say that the device would sport flagship like specifications, it is moreover being assumed to be the next version of the Xperia XZ3 phone.
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The device, that is code-named H8416 would sport a massive 5.9-inch screen which would be a Quad HD+ display of resolution 2880 x 1440 pixels. The device’s aspect ratio is further suggested to be of 18:9 ratio.
As a matter of fact, it is also the first 18:9 Quad HD+ display from a Japanese manufacturer.
The device sports a Snapdragon 845 SoC processor under the hood. It is then going to carry 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The camera department of a Sony smartphone has always been on point and it’s no different this time.
This time, the Sony H8416 (codename) has a front camera of 13MP and the rear dual shooter setup with the primary as 19MP and secondary as 12MP. This set is also a Motion Eye Dual Camera System.
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The device runs on Android 9.0 (Android P) out of the box which is a great deal and a USB for Sony.
Also, in addition, the primary camera sensor of the device which is a 19MP sensor has got sincere recognition from the audience in the Xperia XZ2 Premium.
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The specs seem too good for a Sony smartphone but anyway, a GFXBench listing sheet is a hard thing to be faked around.
Also, the device would set a completely new revolution for Sony as it is the first time they would be putting forward an 18:9 display. We can definitely witness more on this at the IFA 2018.