Sony G3112 and G3221 coming soon with MediaTek Helio P20 CPUs inside


Even though Sony had a strong presence at CES 2017, the Japanese handset maker did not unveil any new smartphones. Previous rumors stated that Sony could announce a couple of Xperia devices in Q1, most likely in late February at Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade fair.

The model numbers and screen resolution for two of the Xperia phones leaked a few months ago, so some of you probably know that the G3112 and G3121 come with 5- or 5.2-inch and 5.5-inch displays that support full HD (1080p) and 4K resolution, respectively.

Today, information about two Xperia phones with model numbers G3112 and G3221 surfaced from China. The UAProf documents for these two devices mention both will be equipped with MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 chipsets that feature octa-core processors clocked at 2.3GHz.

On top of that, the same documents highlight the fact that the G3112 sports a 720p display, while the G3221 features a better 1080p display.

Some of the details spotted in these UAProf documents don't come in line with the previous reports suggesting that Sony G3112 will feature a 5- or 5.2-inch display with full HD (1080p) resolution.

However, we're still expecting these Xperia phones to be officially unveiled in late February at Mobile World Congress, so it won't be long until we learn more about Sony's new Xperia lineup.

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4 Comments

1. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

A MediaTek SoC is a no-go for me!

2. Shamoy

Posts: 112; Member since: Dec 28, 2013

Looks like they're moving flagship dates to IFA in September.

3. zenun12

Posts: 205; Member since: Oct 31, 2016

They unveil mid-range and flagship phones in MWC also.

4. MacWiNux

Posts: 128; Member since: Jan 07, 2014

XA and XA ultra (2017)?

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