If the rumour mill is to be believed, Sony is planning to launch as many as four flagship smartphones next year, alongside three mid-range offerings. One of the top-end phones is expected to be the Sony Xperia 3. While the company hasn’t revealed anything about the upcoming flagship, a listing on the Geekbench’s website may have revealed a few of its specifications. According to a report by the Japanese website suahoinfo.com, the alleged Sony Xperia 3 has appeared in the database of the benchmarking under the model number PM-1310.
The purported Sony Xperia 3 has been benchmarked by Geekbench with a processor dubbed “Kona”. This is the codename used for Qualcomm’s latest flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 865. The listing reveals that the Sony device has a whopping 12GB of RAM and boots Android 10. Lastly, the handset has a single-core score of 4,261 and a multi-core score of 13,422. Notably, the Sony phone with the model number PM-1310 was earlier also spotted in the list of supported devices hosted on SonyMobile.com. Notably, the Sony Xperia 1 flagship has an OEM ID PM-122X. No other details regarding the phone have been revealed by Geekbench.
Sony Xperia 3 specifications and features
According to previous leaks, the Sony Xperia 3 could arrive with a flat display with a tall aspect ratio, possibly 21:9. The phone is expected to feature a CinemaWide OLED screen panel with a high screen refresh rate of 90Hz. At the rear, the device is rumoured to flaunt a 48MP primary camera. The main sensor is said to be accompanied by five more lenses including 20MP, 16MP, 12MP, 8MP, and a ToF sensor. We can also expect the smartphone to come with Qualcomm’s X55 modem for 5G connectivity, Android 10 and a massive battery with fast charging support.
As of now, Sony hasn’t officially confirmed the existence of the Xperia 3. Also, there’s no word on when the brand is planning to release the device. We will bring you more details as soon as the Japanese tech giant officially announces anything, so stay tuned.