This afternoon we saw for the first time the new interface ‘ Concept for Android’ that Sony is debuting in beta, and as it is often the case when you move media around a manufacturer machinery, we have little taken to see movements of the Japanese.
In this case we speak of the Sony Xperia Ultra C5, and will do so with very reliable data as they have been leaked several screenshots of your user manual, showing a completely renovated and side unframed design, that fits perfectly with the Lavender Sony filtration.
Will not be the first terminal who opts for this setting, in fact it looks like Asian manufacturers are all a device of this Court, with the Z9 Nubia as a reference and the Oppo R7 for a cheaper range.
In the case of Sony it is a breath of fresh air to a design rather trite Omnibalance after several years in front of the fire, but nor does it seem that the Japanese firm will choose to change their lines, too as this Xperia C5 Ultra is unmistakably Sony but with a screen side unframed.
The device code, we see for the first time will be E5506 or E5553 depending on the model, we assume that differentiated by destination market and connectivity.
As you can see, Sony has done a good job with the design of the device, which will be intended for the mid-range with a focus on cameras, especially in a front sensor of high quality for the fans of the ‘selfies’.
Confirmed by the images of the manual are the expansion of memory via microSD and the nanoSIM cards, a rear 13 megapixel camera without confirmation of the front sensor – which is also rumored other 13 MP -, chip NFC and 2 GB of RAM with 16 GB of storage.
We don’t have anything more on specifications, but refers to a 5 inch or more with FullHD resolution, and having that Xperia C4 mounted hardware MediaTek while this year the middle range has pulled by Qualcomm solutions, it is difficult to think of hitting with the chosen chipset.
Leaving aside the possible terminal specifications, the truth is that it paints pretty well for a range of medium-high above all by its design, though it is still to be determined when it will be and in which markets will be officially.