Sirius, the upcoming refresh to the Xperia Z1, stars in an extensive 12-minute video giving us a detailed look at hardware and software.
Despite not knowing when the next flagship Sony smartphone will come out, we’ve seen the Sony D6503 (codenamed ‘Sirius’) pictured many times before and now we’ve got some video to back it all up.
Sony has now officially scheduled its MWC press conference for the evening of February 24th. So what does Sony have in store for us? While we don’t know for fact, we can certainly make a few educated guesses.
New screenshots show off upcoming camera features for the Sony D6503, including TimeShift video and 4K recording. Read on for more details!
According to the latest leak, the upcoming Sony Sirius (D6503) will take pictures at 15.5 megapixels in 16:9 ratio, and record video at 1080p 60fps.
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A large collection of screenshots of Sony’s KitKat implementation leaked, showing changes coming to the design and functionality coming to Timescape UI.
Sony’s next flagship, code-named Sirius, will reportedly be powered by a Qualcomm MSM8974AB CPU with 3GB RAM. The handset will also have a 1080p 5.2-inch display.
Sony will reportedly soon unveil new mobile devices including a 5.2-inch Sony Sirius flagship smartphone and a Cantor tablet.