Leaked images show off Sony D6503’s Timeshift Video, 4k video recording and more

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The Sony Xperia Z1 received a lot of positive attention for not just its beautiful aesthetics and solid specs, but for its focus on the camera and photo-taking experience as well. Thankfully, this focus will seemingly continue for the Sony D6503 (aka Sirius).

Earlier today we reported on new details regarding the D6503’s ability to take 15.5MP pictures at 16:9 and record HD video at 60fps. Now we have a few new screenshots that show off the D6503’s 4K video recording functionality, as well as its TimeShift Video (for slow motion clips) and Creative effect modes.

While we actually learned about these features back when details for the D6503 KitKat firmware first leaked, this is the first time we’ve actually seen actual screenshots of them.

4K Video recording:

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TimeShift video:

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Creative effect:

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So aside from an excellent 20.7 rear camera with support for quite a few new camera features, what else can we expect from the Sirius? While the latest screenshots don’t give us any new information, past rumors point to a device that’s powered by a 2.3GHz Qualcomm MSM8974AB CPU, accompanied by an Adreno 330 GPU and 3GB of RAM. Other specs include a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 2.1MP front cam and Android 4.4 KitKat with the Sony Timescape user interface.

Based on what we know about the Sony Sirius, are you excited for the company’s latest flagship? Happy that Sony is sticking with 1080p, or would you like to have seen a 2K display this time around? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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