Xperia 5 II Render

Sony Xperia 5 II

Sony is no longer amongst the top players within the smartphone market – and this has been the case for quite some time now. However, the Japanese company continues on with the procedure of releasing new models every year in an attempt to perhaps reach the heights that many expect from the company. Just earlier in this year, the company proceeded on to launch the Xperia 1 II as its flagship for the year 2020. And now, the company just might soon unveil the Xperia 5 II soon as a leaked render of this particular device has gone on to reveal the entire design of the device.

Just last year, the Japanese brand went on to launch the Xperia 5 at the IFA 2019. And so it was expected that it would indeed follow up with its successor at the very same event this year. And now, it looks as if this will certainly happen.

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The render which was shared by a serial leaker goes on to give us the very first ever glimpse of the Sony Xperia 5 II. Much like its predecessor device, the upcoming phone will also make its way with an aspect ratio of 21:9. Perhaps the most attractive bit about the smartphone will in fact be the fact that it will arrive with no notch nor a punch-hole, as the selfie camera will be integrated in the top bezel.

Interestingly enough, there happen to be present four physical buttons placed on the right hand side of the phone. The topmost of these are actually the volume rockers, and these are followed by the power key with an embedded fingerprint sensor, and two further buttons – amongst which one is likely to be for the Google assistant, while the other might represent the camera shutter.

For now though, there happens to be no mention with regards to the specs of the smartphone. However, taking into consideration the predecessor, one might imagine that this phone too will make its way with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship SoC.


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