Sony Xperia 1 V Design hints at Internet image leak, may have Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Soc: report
The Sony Xperia 1 V may soon be released by the Japanese smartphone maker. While the company has yet to reveal any details about the phone, alleged images have surfaced online recently, giving us a sneak peek at its design. Sony has yet to announce any plans for such a phone, but its key specs have already been revealed on Chinese microblogging site Weibo. The phone is expected to debut as a successor to the Sony Xperia 10 IV released last year.
According to the leaked image Esato forums (by using Sumaho Digest), the alleged smartphone is equipped with a triple camera and LED flash on the back. Interestingly, the LED flash is inside the camera compartment, unlike last year’s Xperia 1 IV, which had the LED flash outside the camera compartment.
The leaked image of the Sony Xperia 1 V also shows the NFC logo to the right of the camera compartment. In addition to the image in the Sumaho Digest report also states that the company may present the Xperia 1 V at MWC 2023, which is due to start on February 27 in Barcelona. Second report quoted a Weibo leaker as saying that the Xperia 1 V will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
The Sony Xperia 1 V is expected to replace the Sony Xperia 1 IV, released in May last year. The phone cost $1,599 (roughly Rs. 1,23,500) in the US. The phone features a 6.5-inch 4K HDR OLED display with bezels. The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz and an aspect ratio of 21:9.
The phone also offers 240Hz touch sampling rate and 240Hz motion blur reduction technology for gaming. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC coupled with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage and runs Android 12. It has a triple rear camera setup with three 12MP Exmor RS image sensors.
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