A new Sony smartphone spotted on GFXBench with dual front-facing cameras

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Apart from Apple, Sony is the next smartphone vendor which produces a new conceptual smart features and once it lead smartphone market with a bunch of smartphones. Now sony was re-creating its brand with its new smartphones.sonyChina vendors Xiaomi Mi, Vivo, Oppo Indian markets loki rakamundu varaku Sony sales and series oka range lo unnai but after the rival companies Xiaomi Mi, Vivo, Oppo vachaka Sony and Samsung rendu markets india lo padipoyay but Samsung chinnaga Jio effect tho VoLTE budget smartphones launch chesi malli Indian market lo lead place ki vachindi and present Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ and Note S8/S8+ tho market lo top position lo undi, but Sony budget mobiles ki check pettesindi.sony

Sony malli Mobile market loki enter ayyindi but budget mobiles ki check pettesi only flagship premium devices launch chesindi,recent ga few months back release ayna smartphones Sony XZ Premium, Sony XZ1 Premium and Compacts tho indian market loki vachadu but Sales are not pretty much good.

Sony’s Mysterious dual selfie camera phone found at GFXbench website yesterday, yet the images of new model are not found but its spec sheet got caught. Spec sheet reveals that it sports 6” Ultra 4K HDR display and dual frint facing selfie camera with 15MP Camera with 7MP sensors and a Single Rear camera features 21MP HD camera and both front and rear cameras supports UHD 4K video.sony

Didn’t found any images of this phone but according to the GFXbench the Model number H3213 Avenger seems this must be a great flagship device from Sony costs around Rs.60,000 in India. It sports Qualcomm snapdragon 630 and GPU ( Graphics chipset ) Adreno 508 with 4GB Ram and 32GB internal storage.

Sony’s new flagship will comes with Android 8.0 Oreo with a 3.5mm Audio jack and NFC, Bluetooth, Wifi and supports single sim.

Hope Sony will design some budget smartphones in the year 2018 because Sony has a lot of fans where everyone can’t afford Premium flagships.

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