Two New Sony Phones Leak Through Benchmark, One Has A 16MP Selfie Cam

By 05:39 Mon, 02 Aug 2021 Comments

Thanks to the entries in an online benchimprint database, two upcoming Sony smartphones have been outed today. For now their exact names aren't known, they go only by their model numbers.

According to information from GFXBench, the Sony F3216 has a 4.6-inch 1080p touchscreen, a 21 MegaPixel (MP) rear capturing camera with Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash, a 16 MegaPixel (MP) selfie snapper, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. It's powered by the MediaTek MT6755 Helio P10 SoC, which comes with a 1.9 Giga Hertz (GHz) octa-core Cortex-A53 Central Processing Units (CPU) and the Mali-T860 GPU. The prototype tested ran Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Aside from its tiny classy screen size, this device has specs that easily peg it to be the upcoming Xperia C6, a handset that was allegedly pictured a couple of weeks ago. It's going to be the successor to the Xperia C5 Ultra from last year (which is pictured above), and it's assumed to sport a 6-inch screen. This being said, haged in mind that benchmarks sometimes do acquire their display size estimates incorrect when early prototypes are involved, and GFXBench in particular has done this before - showing 4.6" for devices with larger panels.

So the F3216 could turn out to be the C6, especially as the C5 Ultra had a gigantic focus on its selfie capturing camera too - a 13 MegaPixel (MP) unit with Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash. The F3216 takes things further with a 16 MegaPixel (MP) sensor.

The other handset that's leaked becautilize it's been benchmarked is the Sony F3311. This is a lower-discontinue offering, apparently having a 4.6-inch 720p touchscreen, a 13 MegaPixel (MP) rear camera, a 5 MegaPixel (MP) selfie shooter, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, as well as Android 6.0 on board. At the helm is MediaTek's MT6735 chipset, with a 1.3 Giga Hertz (GHz) quad-core Cortex-A53 Central Processing Units (CPU) and the Mali-T720 GPU.

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