Sony Xperia M Ultra Rumored to have 6 inch Display featuring a 23 MP Camera

Japanese Smartphone Company Sony appears to be working on its new Xperia Series Smartphone Xperia M Ultra. As per the reports of International Business Times, Sony is planning to launch Xperia M ultra or Xperia M6 soon. Xperia M ultra is rumored to be the successor of Xperia M5 that was launched by the company in 2015.

Xperia M Ultra will feature a 6-inch full HD Super narrow Bezel Display, Finger Print Sensor and will support USB type-C. The device is expected to be powered with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory. Xperia M Ultra will be backed with a 4,280 mAh battery.

The camera of Xperia M Ultra is reported to be a 23 mega-pixel rear dual-camera, one with 24 mm and f2 OSS (optical steady shot), and the other with 75 mm, f2.2 OSS aperture. The device is expected to feature a much advanced 16 MP selfie camera with 25 mm and f2 OSS aperture. It the rumors turns out to be true, it will give a good competition to HTC 10’s 5 MP front snapper with f/1.8 aperture, 23 mm, OIS, auto-focus and 1.34 μm pixel size.

All the information regarding Xperia M Ultra are still rumors as nothing has been confirmed by the company yet. By the time, it would be interesting to see if the rumors turns out to be true.

Source: International Business Times

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