Sony Yuga visits the FCC with 2,330 mAh battery onboard

Sony Yuga visits the FCC with 2,330 mAh battery onboard
Turns out that the Sony Yuga 5-incher is not vaporware or wishful thinking, after all, as it just passed the FCC under the internal coding of S0-02E, destined for Japan's DoCoMo, which maintains a US subsidiary this side of the pond.

The handset's design sketches look very much consistent with the leaks we've had so far, and the battery is listed with 2,330 mAh capacity, which is pretty good, considering that the Droid DNA battery life is pretty good, also with 5" 1080x1920 display, but a smaller 2,020 mAh unit.

The Sony Yuga is expected to sport a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB of RAM, and a 5" Full HD display with eventually the brightness-boosting WhiteMagic technology of Sony. It is also rumored to be waterproof, as any self-respecting Japanese high-end should.

source: FCC via Ameblo

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