We recently heard that Sony is working on an upcoming phablet with a 5.5" display that was codenamed Lavender internally, and then its retail name was tipped to be Sony Xperia C5 Ultra, positioning it as a successor of sorts to the Xperia C4, which in its turn is a 5.5-incher with an LED flash next to the selfie camera.
Well, that front-facing LED flash will stay, it seems, judging from the leaked manual of the C5 Ultra, and the rumors are that the front camera resolution will equal the 13 MP rear shooter this time. The Xperia C5 Ultra is expected to sport a 1080p display of at least 5.5 inches, and, at launch, it should run Android Lollipop. The other specs are tipped to be a 64-bit octa-core processor made by MediaTek, and 2 GB of RAM.
That's not all there is to it, though, as you can see in Sony's renders of the handset below, as they are depicting a phone with extremely thin side bezels, and quite the modes bottom bezel, too, which should bode well for the C5 Ultra's screen-to-body ratio. As for pricing and availability, these are yet up in the air, but we'd assume Sony might make a splash when the IFA expo nears at the beginning of September.