The new Sony Xperia 2018 smartphone emerged in the GFXbench benchmarks. According to the benchmark, the smartphone reads as Sony H3213 Avenger and is supposed to be one of Sony’s phones that will come out next year. Most of the phone’s specs have leaked out, and according to the benchmarks, the device is equipped with the front-facing dual-camera system.
The GFXbench benchmark database is a free, cross-platform 3D graphics benchmark that displays the measured graphics performance of graphics cards such as Nvidia’s GTX 1080, 1060, and many others. However, the benchmark featured the new Sony smartphone which starts with “H.” As Mobiel Kopen said, Sony’s smartphone series from previous years had models starting with “F” in 2016, and “G” in 2017. It would be only logical for the “H” models to come out in 2018, which is exactly the model number of Sony’s alleged new phone.
New Sony Xperia 2018: The Specs
According to the benchmark test, nearly all specifications of the smartphone have been revealed. The smartphone is equipped with a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 630, an octa-core processor, followed by 4GB of RAM and an Adreno 508 graphics card. The benchmark also revealed that the Sony Xperia 2018 is likely to ship with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. Additionally, the smartphone features a 6-inch Full HD display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution.
As mentioned earlier, Sony’s new smartphone will sport dual-front cameras with 16MP and 8MP sensors. Moreover, the rear-facing camera is equipped with a 21MP sensor. It’s not surprising given that Sony’s cameras are of excellent quality. Both cameras sport 4K resolution. Also, the Sony H3213 Avenger is said to come with 20GB of internal memory.
The smartphone is supposed to appear before the Mobile World Congress 2018 event. The trade fair will start Feb. 26 and run until March 1 and will be held in Barcelona, Spain.
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