A little over a week ago, industry informant @upleaks
published two images of a Sony device that showed us the outlines of a smartphone with thin bottom bezel and a large, but barely visible front-facing camera and an LED flash. Speculation arose that the Sony Cosmos could be a successor to the selfie-centric Xperia C3
, but judging by the Bluetooth pane seen in one of the photos, the name Sony Cosmos isn't simply a code name – it seems to be the device's actual name.
Going back to the new image at hand, we can finally better see the selfie cam up front and appreciate its size. What's more, the LED flash right next to it is also easier to make out. Unfortunately, this time around it's impossible to confirm the slimness of the bottom bezel and bask in the asymmetry of the phone
According to @upleaks, the Sony Cosmos will be powered by a MediaTek processor of unknown power on the hardware side, and Android 5.0 Lollipop (as can be observed), on the software. The rest of the internals carried by the still mysterious Sony Cosmos remain unknown.
Images of the mysterious Sony Cosmos