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Sony G3221 with 4GB RAM, Helio P20 in the making

Sony G3221 has been spotted on Antutu Benchmarking website.

Recently, we reported that Sony two phones with model no G3121 and G3112 were spotted in user-agent profile by XperiaBlog which revealed both the devices will be powered by MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 chipsets that feature octa-core processors clocked at 2.3GHz. Now one Sony smartphone with model number G3221 has been spotted on Antutu Benchmarking website.
Sony G3221
As per the listing on AnTuTu benchmark, the Sony G3221 comes with a full HD (1920×1080 pixels) display but the screen size is not known. Besides, the listing says that the handset has MediaTek MT6757T Helio P20 SoC, Mali-T880 GPU, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory. The listing further mentions that the device runs on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system and it has a 23 megapixel rear camera and 16 megapixel selfie camera. The listing has no information about its battery size.
Sony G3221
The Sony phones with model no G3121 and G3112 in the UAP documents revealed that both will be powered by MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 chipsets that feature octa-core processors clocked at 2.3GHz. The chipset combines a 2.3 GHz quad-core and 1.6 GHz quad-core which is coupled with Mali-T880 graphics. Apart from this, they will be powered by Helio P20 chipsets, the leaked documents has also revealed that Sony G3112 will feature a 1280×720 pixel display while the G3221 will rather come with a full HD 1080×1920 pixel screen display. However, it seems like that the G3112 with its 720p display will belong to the low-end range, while the G3221 will be priced much higher thanks to its better screen resolution.

Sony is expected to unveil a couple of Xperia smartphones next month at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) stating in February which is so far off. We should know more about these smartphones detailed specifications once they surface online in coming days.

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