Sony seems to have its hands full of work. Just yesterday, we were discussing leaks concerning the upcoming Xperia Z5, today we’ve got another portion of leaks regarding reviving of the Xperia P series. Being a successor of Xperia P released three years ago (yes, 2012) , the Xperia P2 is said to feature ultra-thin bezels and come with a package full of top notch hardware, including a monstrous 4,240 mAh battery.
Sony Xperia P2 to feature a 5.2-inch TRILUMINOS display
The latest leak concerning the Xperia P2 delivers render pics of the phone and a pretty detailed list of specs. What we see on images is a phone speaking almost identical design language as its predecessor, but the device also appears to be a more compact version of the old P sporting really thin bezels. The leak unveils alleged specific dimensions of the phone, according to which the P2 is to measure 137.3 x 67.2 x 10.9 mm. In addition, the P2 is rumored to come with a black metal back case cover and an eye-catching transparent strip located below the display.
When it comes to hardware parameters, the Xperia P2 will boast a 5.2-inch TRILUMINOS display featuring screen resolution of 1920×1080. Sounds familiar? No wonder, since basically the same screen parameters may be found in the ill-fated Xperia Z4. The phone will be powered by the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 chipset clocked at 1.9GHz and paired with 3GB RAM and 32 GB of native storage, which most likely can’t be expanded since the leak doesn’t mention anything about the microSD card slot.
On the optics side, the Xperia P2’s potential buyers will be offered with a 12-megapixel main camera sporting a Sony G OSS lens with optical image stabilization and dual-LED flash capable to record 2160p videos. The discussed rear camera will be allegedly supported by a decent 5-megapixel front-facing shooter with 1080p camcorder.
All these great specs will be fed with energy generated by a massive 4,240 mAh battery unit, which is more powerful than most batteries found in phablets. As for the operating system, the P2 is most probable to come running the Android 5.0 Lollipop, which, frankly speaking, seems to be the only fully reasonable software option currently available.
No matter how great the Xperia P2 may look like, remember to take all the discussed today information with a pinch of salt since at this point we have no officially confirmed announcement of the device, instead we got render pics that are rumored to be fan-made. Time will verify if our speculations are at least partly accurate.