Unknown Sony Xperia handset receives FCC certification

Unknown Sony Xperia handset receives FCC certification
An unknown Sony Xperia handset has been certified by the FCC. The device is known for now as the Sony 14784Z, or by its code name Kugo. Not much is known about this device outside of the 2700mAh battery that is said to power the unit. We wonder if this handset will be unveiled during Sony's media event that will take place September 1st in Berlin at IFC.

During that event, Sony could be introducing a brand new flagship phone that has a model number of Xperia F8331. This phone reportedly does not look anything like the current Xperia X and older Xperia Z models. The device is rumored to offer 4K video recording using both the back and front-facing cameras. We also expect it to have a Type-C USB port, and feature a display carrying a 1080 x 1920 resolution.

As for Kugo, it has passed Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications. According to the latest rumors, it will sport a 5.2-inch screen and feature the Snapdragon 820 chipset under the hood. 4GB of RAM will be inside. This model will support NFC.

As we get closer to September 1st, we should start hearing more about these two models. Stay tuned!

source: FCC

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