According to the garden variety of leaks and rumors, Sony is working on a couple of new Xperia flagship devices of its own, the Yuga and the Odin, although they’re yet to get official.
We’ve been writing about the Sony Yuga for what feels like months. It’s allegedly going to be the Japanese smartphone maker’s flagship device for 2013. It’ll have a quad core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, just like the Nexus 4, 2 GB of RAM, again, just like the Nexus 4, and a 12 megapixel camera. What makes it special is the display: 5 inches diagonal with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Although it is still hard to believe that Sony will unveil the rumored Odin and Yuga super-phones earlier than next year’s CES, the duo continues to be in the spotlight with a seemingly endless string of leaks.
Although Sony is unlikely to bring anything new and powerful by the end of the year in the Android décor, rumors about the company’s next flagship phones are gaining traction by the day.
I know that you’re probably more interested in the Odin C650X phone now that the pieces of the puzzle are starting to fit together, but let’s switch some of that attention back to the C660X Yuga, another high-end Sony device rumored to be released early next year.