The Japan-based electronics Sony seems to be working on a larger screen smartphone, called Xperia M Ultra, the successor to the C5 Ultra. According to the new alleged leak, the post lists the yet-unconfirmed Xperia M Ultra.
If the leaked one is anything to do so, then the Sony’s Xperia M Ultra phablet is said to be featuring a 6-inch display with Full HD 1080p resolution screen and under-the-hodd, it will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor.
Rest of Xperia M Ultra specifications are expected to sport a 23MP dual-rear camera, fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C port, 4280mAh battery with Quick Charging 3.0 support, 3GB of RAM, and includes 32GB of internal storage. Tipped that this newly leaked smartphone or phablet is also coming equipped with 16-megapixel selfie shooter.
No other words regarding the leaked Xperia M Ultra has been made. No price and availablilty details have been revealed yet. It’s nevertheless not an official one to configure, so take this with a pintch of salt before you go by.