Sony is reportedly planning to launch another smartphone with 4K display at Mobile World Congress this year.
Sony may announce five new smartphone at Mobile World Congress, 2017. The Japanese smartphone maker is reportedly extend its product line quite a bit at this year’s event. According to reports, the company is planning a flagship device that will have a 4K display and will run on a Snapdragon 835 SoC from Qualcomm. Reports say that this smartphone is codenamed the Yoshino at the moment and will carry new imaging technology from Sony, along with other flagship hardware.
The Japanese company has already announced its event for MWC 2017, to be held on February 27, at 1pm IST. Earlier rumours have hinted that there will be two new mid-ranged smartphones from Sony as well. These will apparently be powered by MediaTek SoCs, and will succeed the Xperia XA smartphone, announced last year.
Further, the Sony Yoshino is said to have a 5.5 inch 4K display. This would put its pixel density at nearly 802 ppi, which is exactly double of what FHD displays of the same size provide. However, as many have seen on the Sony Xperia Z Premium, it is tough to tell the difference on such sizes.
Sony is also expected to bring 4GB and 6GB RAM variants for the smartphone, along with its own IMX400 camera sensor.