Sony G8441 appears in benchmark with Snapdragon 835 CPU, 4GB RAM and Android 8.0.0

Rumor has it two new Sony smartphones are supposed to be unveiled in early September at IFA 2017. For the time being, they are only known by their model numbers: G8341 and G8441.

Previous reports claim Sony's upcoming smartphones will be launched on the market as Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Compact. They will probably have similar hardware inside, but they will feature different displays (hence the names).

New information about one of the two unannounced Xperia smartphones, namely the G8441, has just emerged from China. The device was recently spotted in AnTuTu benchmark database, along with some of its specs.

The details revealed today come in line with previous reports suggesting Sony G8441 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. However, the benchmark indicates the phone has an HD (720p) display, whereas rumors had it the G8441 would include a full HD (1080p) screen.

Other highlights of the recent leak show Sony will include 4GB RAM and 32GB internal memory, as well as two 8-megapixel cameras. Unfortunately, we can't tell whether these snappers are part of a dual-camera setup or the phone will feature single shooters on both front and back sides.

Another interesting piece of information is the fact that Sony G8441 will be running Android 8.0.0 right out of the box. Assuming that's accurate, the other upcoming Xperia smartphone, Sony G8341 will most likely run the same version of Android.

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