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Sony Xperia 2 CAD renders, 360-degree video show device from every angle

15 May 2019 3

While the competition is fueling high among the new entrants of the smartphones’ market, something has managed to catch a little attention. This is the Sony Xperia 2 as stated by the renowned leaker OnLeaks in collaboration with the Indian site CashKaro.com. Steve Hemmerstoffer behind his Twitter name OnLeaks has come up with a bunch of 5K renders of the device in order to tell what Sony might be up to.

As per the information from the site, Sony may launch the Xperia 2 device in September, the month of IFA tech trade show. The CAD renders show the device is going to have triple rear cameras and the module is located on the top left-hand side of the device. CashKaro cites its source and claims that the handset will feature a 6.1-inch display and will measure 158x68.3x8.3mm.

Very little is known about the Sony Xperia 2 when it comes to the specifications. But the site recaps the specs rumored before and summarized that the Xperia 2 from Sony will be powered by Snapdragon 855 processor and coupled with 6GB RAM and fueled by a 3,000mAH battery that will support wireless charging.

Speculation appeared in March stated that the device may come with a 6.2-inch CinemaWide display and triple cameras. Nothing much came into highlight after that. But now, these renders have given enough support to the existence of such a device from Sony.

The leaker has also given a 360-degree video on the renders of the Xperia 2 so as to offer you a clearer look from every angle. Take a look -



Sony Xperia 2 CAD renders, 360-degree video show device from every angle
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