Two more unannounced Sony models get benchmarked

Two more unannounced Sony models get benchmarked
On Monday, we told you about seven new devices that are expected to be offered by Sony this year. Those models included the Sony D6503, Sony D5322, Sony D5503, Sony D2005, Sony D2105. Sony SGP521, and the Sony D5303. We also passed along some AnTuTu scores from four of the models that went through the benchmark site, including the 30,145 scored by the D5303. This model is expected to be a 6 inch phablet, powered by the true octa-core MT6592 processor from MediaTek.

On Tuesday, we got wind of another pair of unannounced Sony models, the Sony D2004 and the Sony S2303. Both also have been pushed through the AnTuTu site. The Sony D2004 scored 12,633 which is similar to the 12,790 that the D2005 rang up. Probably, these two phones belong to the same series with one being the LTE model and the other offering an HSPA+ connection. The Sony S2303 was able to tally 17,853 indicating that it might be a more mid-range model compared to the entry level Sony D2004/D2005.

Sony has wowed CES attendees in the last two years, first with the Sony Xperia S (2012) and then last year with the Sony Xperia Z. The former had a cool looking translucent strip on the device, while the latter was dunked continuously during the show to display how the phone could survive a half hour submersion in up to 3 feet of water. Earlier this year, the Japanese OEM said that it would no longer unveil flagship models at CES to guard against leaks. We will know very soon whether or not that edict remains in force.


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source: XperiaGuide

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