One of Sony’s next-generation flagship smartphones, the C6603 Yuga, was first spotted at the beginning of November. Now, two new photos of it have appeared, allowing us to clearly see that it is Xperia-branded (it couldn’t have been otherwise anyway).
The new photos, appeared over at Mobile-review, don’t bring us news regarding the handset’s specs. So we’ll have to repeat what was previously rumored: the Xperia Yuga should feature a 5 inch display with 1920 x 1080 pixels, quad-core Qualcomm processor, 12MP rear camera (with Flash – visible in one of the photos below), 2GB of RAM, MicroSD card support, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Of course, Yuga is just a codename for now, so the device will have a different name when it hits the market.
As you probably already know, HTC has already launched its first 1080p smartphpone – the Droid DNA, known internationally as HTC Butterfly (or maybe not “internationally” – since it won’t make it to Europe). And it looks like the Taiwanese company is preparing yet another 1080p handset: the HTC M7, which should come with a 4.7 inch display, as the successor to the HTC One X.
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