Sony's Xperia Z launched in the UK last week and has been wooing people across the UK with its beauty , high-end specification and amazing water-proof capability. The Xperia Z has quickly become our favourite Android smartphone and we'd even choose it over Apple's iPhone 5.
Now we've heard that Sony are already working on a new smartphone which looks set to sit alongside Sony's Xperia Z in Sony's next-gen smartphone range. The new smartphone, code-named the Sony C670X, is a slightly smaller version of Sony's flagship mobile.
What do we know about the Sony C670X ?
The leaked information , originating from previously reliable sources, suggest that Sony's C670X will have a 4.8 inch touch-screen. That makes it 0.2 inches smaller than the Xperia Z , but it'll still run at 1920 * 1080 pixels giving it an even higher PPI (458).
The Sony C670X, which will land under a different name, will be powered by a quad-core 1.8 GHz processor , have 2GB of RAM and will come pre-loaded with Android Key Lime Pie (4.2). Additionally, it'll have an Adreno 320 GPU , 32GB of on-board memory and will feature the same stunning 13 mega-pixel Exmor camera as the Xperia Z.
An image of the Sony C670X , posted above, also accompanied the leak which shows that it'll adopt the same stunning all-glass design as the Xperia Z. We presume it'll also be both waterproof and dust-proof which is another one of the Xperia Z's standout features !
Sony probably decided to produce the Sony C670X to cater for those people who think that the Sony Xperia Z is a little too large. That's probably not a bad decision, but we couldn't be happier with our Sony Xperia Z which arrived on Friday.
When will the Sony C670X Be Available To Buy ?
The Sony C670X is expected to land this Summer with a June launch date looking the most likely. As soon as 3G hear more about the smartphone we'll let you know.
Those interested in the smartphone might want to consider buying the Xperia Z instead. The Xperia Z is available to buy now and has a very similar specification with the main difference being the larger 5 inch Mobile Bravia display.
By Simon Thomas on 04th March, 2013