Promo snaps showcasing two new Xperia smartphones from Sony have appeared online via the manufacturer’s official website, giving fans a look at what the firm’s new flagship handsets will offer.
The first is the Xperia Z, which is thought to be the retail name given to the phone that was known as the Yuga during its development.
It should, therefore, have a quad core processor, a five inch full HD display and up to 2GB of RAM. In addition, it should help to push the boundaries of mobile photography with its 13 megapixel camera.
The second phone revealed is known as the Xperia ZL, which is a name that suggests even better specs, although in reality, it will probably be a little less powerful and large.
Sony will be officially launching these devices, amongst others, during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This even kicks off next week, so there is not long to wait until the full picture emerges.
The Xperia Z will need to work hard to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC M7, both of which will come equipped with similar hardware. Success could largely come down to marketing clout, which is an area in which Samsung has the upper hand.