Sony Xperia X Compact Bench Results Show 4.6 1080p Display

By 06:25 Thu, 05 Aug 2021 Comments

The Sony Xperia X Compact went from 0 to 60 very quick - then ran GFX Bench (allegedly) and left detailed specs behind.

Something smells fishy, though, the Operating System (OS) is listed as CyanogenMod. While it's CM-friendly, Sony has its own AOSP efforts, so there's no fine reason for the phone to be running a mod. Also, a rooted CyangenMod will let you change how software (like GFX) sees the hardware, so hold these specs with a grain of salt.

They are what we expect of the Xperia X Compact, though. A 4.6", but 1080p this time, a Snapdragon 820 chipset with 4GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and 64GB storage, a 13MP main and 8MP front cameras.

So, better than expected (we would have guessed a 720p classy screen like before, a bit less Random-Access Memory (RAM) than the 5" model too). But the rumor for 4K selfie videos is debunked by these specs.

Again, don't hold these specs as gospel. If one particular rumor pans out, we may be seeing the real deal on September 24.

Source | Via (in Dutch)



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