Sony C6603 Yuga photo sample appears, the 6-incher might have a 13 MP Exmor RS camera

Sony C6603 Yuga photo sample appears, the 6-incher might have a 13 MP Exmor RS camera
This year we got the whole Sony lineup early in January, and things have been correct and to the point ever since, complete with the leaked price points. The 2013 Sony roadmap leaks are starting even earlier now, as we already heard about the huge C650X "Odin" and the even bigger C660X "Yuga" handsets.

The difference between the two seems to be the difference between 5 inches and 6 inches, as the names and the rumors imply. It is not far-fetched to imagine that after Samsung's success with the 5.5" Note II, nothing is off-limits, and we already saw gargantuan 1080 resolution handsets announced by HTC and Oppo, while Huawei is even rumored to be working on a 6.1" superphone.

It might be with the same panel the Yuga is using, and now we have some more info on that C6603 handset from Sony, slated to arrive next year. After we heard it will feature the fast Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset and 2 GB of RAM, now a Picasa upload hints at a 13 MP camera with the Exmor RS sensor on the back.

The module with f/2.4 aperture should sport some tricks for improving low-light performance, and be made with the "stacked" camera tech that Sony developed recently. We can't wait for more leaks about this device, as it seems to be one of the most intriguing rumors for next year's finest Android warriors.

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  • Display 5.0 inches 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 13.1 MP (Single camera) 2.2 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 2GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 2330 mAh
  • OS Android 5.1 Lollipop


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