A leaked photograph of the upcoming Sony Xperia C5 Ultra has been posted on-line courtesy of the Brazilian police force.
The smartphone was stolen by local thieves and later privately advertised on Facebook for auction. The Sau Paulo Police managed to track it down and arrest the offender, with the smartphone now securely in the hands of authorities. They even took a photo so we can all bask in its brilliance.
As you can see from the photograph, the smartphone has the same bezel-less screen which was revealed in previous rumours. It also has the front-facing camera with an included LED flash, which should please selfie lovers everywhere.
The Sony Xperia C5 Ultra is expected to feature a 5.5 inch Full HD display, with the panel stretching to the very edges of the device. This should make the overall size of the device more equal to a 5 inch handset. It’s also expected to include an octo-core MediaTek chip, a processor that sits just under the top-flight Snapdragon chips. The device will contain 2GB RAM plus two 13 megapixel camers. Yes, you heard that correctly. The front camera will have the same megapixel count as the rear.
While there’s been no announcements, the device recently passed through certification in the United States. That means we will probably be seeing more of it very soon.
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