Latest Sony Xperia P2 Images Leaked With Rumors Pointing Towards a Compact Device with Great Camera, And More Information

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Recently, a lot of few photos of Sony Xperia P2 leaked online and gave rise to speculations that the new device will be Sony’s upcoming flagship model.  The Sony Xperia Z4 was introduced in quietly in Japan last week and the company also announced that it was going to unveil another variant for the rest of the world.

Meanwhile, photos of what seems like to be the Sony Xperia P2 has leaked and surfaced online. Earlier, there was news that Sony was planning to release a second flagship model and the recently leaked images might be the device that Sony was referring to.

The leaked schematics were posted on Chinese Website known as cnBeta. The second smartphone’s images were posted along with name, design and device specs and also featured a blueprint different from Sony’s other Xperia Flagship Handset devices. According to the website, the new device has been dubbed the Xperia P2 and is all set for a complete International release.

According to the latest rumors, the Sony Xperia P2 features a Triluminos 1080×1920 pixels Full-HD IPS display. The device is said to be 5.2-inch 8.9mm to 10.9mm-wide along with a 64-bit octa-core processor under the hood, with 32GB of internal storage capacity and 3GB of RAM.

Sony Xperia P2

The same mystery handset has been rumored to feature a 12MP rear camera with Sony 25mm F2 G OSS ISO 64-25600 lens, a 5.1 MP secondary camera, 4K video recording support and powered by a 4240mAh battery. The Sony Xperia P2 has the same specs as that of the Xperia Z4 and speculations suggest that the P2 is the device destined to be released worldwide in May. The Sony Xperia Z4 will remain exclusive to the Japanese market.

In the meantime, another batch of rumors has predicted that the decent update to Sony Xperia Z flagship series might land in the long forgotten mid-range series of devices. The rumors suggest that the Sony Xperia P2 will come with the transparent strip of its 2012 predecessors and spice up the looks with highly-thin bezels.

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