Upcoming fullscreen Sony Xperia smartphones leaked in pictures

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Almost all the smartphone makers have implemented the bezel-less design in their top line up phones. So far only Sony is left in this bezel-less game. A new leak has surfaced yesterday which shows two new Xperia smartphones. The leak consists two pictures which show both sides of the devices.

Both the devices in the picture have completely different design compared to the current Xperia phones and obviously, they are having a bezel-less display.

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The first Xperia phone in the image appears to have rounded corners with dual front-facing stereo speakers placed on the top and bottom. The back of the device is made of curved matte and a glossy surface. The curved matte region creates semicircles at the top and bottom of the phone giving it a very premium look.

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The glossy surface is likely to be made out of glass and the fingerprint sensor might be placed underneath it. We can also see the dual rear camera setup where both the optics are widely separated hinting that one of this will be a depth sensor.

The second Xperia phone in the image has usual squarish Xperia design with the same dual stereo speaker setup on the front. The image hints that this device will feature an all-metal unibody design and a horizontal dual rear camera setup at the back. Apart from that, the handset will also sport a fingerprint sensor at the back.

Both the phones are rumored to sport a 5.7-inch display with 4K resolution, an aspect ratio of 18:9 and 6GB RAM. Additionally, they’ll also be one of the first handsets to feature Snapdragon 845 SoC, and powered by Android 8.0 Oreo. However, these are all based on rumors so take it with a pinch of salt. Anyways, we will probably come to know more about these devices in upcoming days, or maybe at CES or MWC.

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