Sony seems to be working on new a smartphone that will compete with the likes of the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+. Dubbed as Sony X Ultra, a leaked render of the smartphone reveals ultra-wide display along with some key specifications.
The device will boast a large display wrapped in a smaller and compact design, something similar we have seen in LG and Samsung latest flagship devices. Rumours suggest that the Sony X Ultra will sport a 6.45-inch screen and the image hints that it will come loaded with an almost bezel-less design. If we go by the leaked render, it is safe to say that the device will sport an aspect ratio equal to what we have seen in the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ and LG G6.
Talking about some design aesthetics, the front would sport a 6.45-inch display, though the resolution is unknown at the moment, coupled with a front-facing camera along with earpiece and usual array of sensors at the top. There are stereo speakers at the top and at the base of the front panel as well.
At the back, you will find a primary camera coupled with LED flash and probably the hybrid autofocus technology, that is present in current smartphone portfolio. At the centre, there is Xperia logo and just beneath it is NFC tag. At the right, there are volume controls and it probably has a power on/off button, which also acts as a fingerprint sensor.
Coming to the specifications, the Sony X Ultra is rumoured to come loaded with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, however, there is no mention of expandable storage. On the camera front, the device will come loaded with a 19-megapixel rear camera and a 13-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies and video calling.
Like other Sony handsets, this one will also be equipped with IP68 certifications making it water and dust resistant. The smartphone is reported to come loaded with at least two colour options including a red and grey colour variants. However, details about pricing and availability are grim at the moment plus there is no official word about it, so we suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt.