An unknown Sony branded smartphone was benchmarked on AnTuTu yesterday and it was believed to be the upcoming Xperia XZ-series smartphone with a Snapdragon 855 chipset. The same device has been spotted in the hallways of Geekbench today as it reveals that the Xperia XZ4, as we believe it might be called, will be backed up by 8GB of RAM and will run the latest and greatest mobile operating system from Google.
Spotted by GizmoChina, the Xperia XZ4 which is believed to have taken the model number Sony I8134, similar to the AnTuTu listing, has gone on to score a respectable 3,497 points in single-core testing. The device also scored 12,801 points in multi-core tests, thus outdoing the likes of the Kirin 980 from Huawei and Apple’s A12 Bionic.
The scores once again confirm that the upcoming Xperia device will be powered by the latest 7nm Snapdragon 855 chip which was unveiled earlier last month. The Geekbench listing also reveals that the Xperia XZ4 will most likely come running Android 9 Pie out of the box and will be backed by 8GB of RAM, the most on any Xperia smartphone yet.
From what we know, the Xperia XZ4 will feature a 6.5-inch Full HD+ notchless display with an unusual aspect ratio of 21:9. There will be extremely thin bezels all around with room for only the earpiece and proximity sensor on the front. Previous renders indicate a circular hole on the left of the screen which could be saved for the camera of the notification LED.
The XZ4 is expected to come with a triple camera set up at the back panel out of which one sensor will be 1/2.3-inch in size, optical image stabilization (OIS). The phone will be backed by a 3900mAh battery with 46.5W fast charging support and it will retain 3.5mm headphone jack.