Render Sony Xperia 5 Plus shows a quad camera and design in the spirit of Xperia 1
The well-known “master of leaks” Steve McFly (Steve H. McFly), aka OnLeaks, shared with the SlashLeaks resource a render of the future flagship smartphone Sony Xperia 5 Plus. Apparently, the development of a new device is at the final stage, and, possibly, it will be presented in the next few months.
Sony with the Xperia 1 presented a new design for its smartphones. Despite weak sales, the design itself was received warmly by journalists and consumers.
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It is reported that the Sony Xperia 5 Plus will receive a 6.6-inch OLED screen, a rear quad camera with a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor for receiving depth information, an 8-megapixel front camera and two speakers on the front of the case.
The new model is characterized by narrow frames at the top and bottom of the screen with an estimated aspect ratio of 21: 9 and, unlike the Xperia 1 and Xperia 5, has straight, not rounded, side edges. Also on the render, you can see a 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones on the upper edge of the case.
It is also indicated that Sony Xperia 5 Plus has a fingerprint scanner on the side and has dimensions of approximately 168.2 × 71.6 × 8.1 mm (9.3 mm including the rear camera).
It is possible that the new model will be called differently than the Sony Xperia 5 Plus, given that the Xperia 5 is positioned as a more compact alternative to the flagship Sony Xperia 1 model. And this phone has a larger screen and is likely to get better specifications than existing ones in predecessors. Therefore, you should wait for a name like Sony Xperia 2 or Sony Xperia 1.1.
The straight ends of the smartphone are noteworthy – in the past, this design was common for most smartphones, but quickly lost popularity, especially after the release of the iPhone 6.
A source: Science and Knowledge