Is this the new Sony flagship that "the rest of the world" is getting instead of the Xperia Z4?

Is this the new Sony flagship that "the rest of the world" is getting instead of the Xperia Z4?
When the Sony Xperia Z4 was officially announced by Sony earlier this month, the manufacturer said that the model was being sold in Japan only. Almost immediately, rumors started flying about another flagship phone that Sony is going to produce for the rest of the world. The company is supposed to unveil this second flagship at the end of next month.

Today, a leak has possibly revealed the name, design and specs of this phone. The schematics of a device called the Sony Xperia P2 were posted on a Chinese website showing a different design than previous Xperia flagship models. The TRILUMINOS Display (IPS) screen weighs in at 5.2-inches with a 1080 x 1920 resolution (FHD). Under the hood is the 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 810 with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage inside. The rear-facing camera is 12MP and includes a Sony 25mm F2 G OSS Lens (ISO 64-25600) with 4K video recording. The front-facing camera is a 5.1MP shooter. A nice sized 4240mAh battery is onboard and the thickness of the phone ranges from 8.9mm at the thinnest, to 10.9mm at the thickest.

Will this be the Sony flagship model that the rest of the world gets while the Japanese are offered the Xperia Z4? One thing for sure, this model should provide longer battery life than even the Motorola DROID Turbo and its 3900mAh battery offers. If this model is indeed being prepped for a May unveiling, there should be more leaks about it on the way.

For now, you should definitely head over to the spice rack and take this story with a grain of salt.

via: STJSGadgets


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