Sony may be preparing to launch a new Xperia family member into battle, as a new smartphone known internally as S39h has just been spotted in the wild.
We only have images for you, as there are no leaked internal specifications, size measurements or availability details just yet. As with most Sony smartphones at this time of year, the leaked model has an elongated form and larger display. The phone is said to have a screen bigger than the 4.3-incher found on the Xperia L but smaller than Xperia Z’s 5-inch display.
The display is surrounded by a thick bezel that can be seen in older Samsung generations. Sony’s logo is present right next to the front-facing camera.
The white body seems to be made from a non-polished material with a stylish finish on the back cover. A large speaker can be found on the back of the handset, and Sony’s logo can be once again easily spotted.
On the sides of the device you’ll notice the signature power button, dedicated camera button, volume keys and a micro-USB port. Check out the image gallery below for more details:
The Xperia S39h is reportedly heading to China. Sony has been using a new internal naming scheme for every handset released this year – the CXXXX model number structure – while those launched in China continue to respect the old S/M/L pattern for small, medium or large phones, Xperia Blog reports.
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Whats up with all that wasted space around the screen! o_0
recipe for cheaper phones, make it look bad.
I agree. The bezels look ugly!
front facing stereo speaker?
Reminds me of laptops from the 90′s