Sony’s 5-inch ‘Yuga’ spied in wild

Sony’s 5-inch ‘Yuga’ spied in wild

The first set of images for an upcoming Sony C6603 “Yuga” smartphone have appeared online, thanks to German tech blog AndroidSchweiz. Recently found in AnTuTu benchmarks, the phone looks to have some rather remarkable hardware.  With details that include a 1.5GHz (likely Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core) processor, 2GB RAM, a 12-megapixel camera, and a 5-inch 1080p HD display, it’s all set to take on the Galaxy Note and HTC J Butterfly/Droid DNA.

Photos and more after the break. 

So, about those photos.  You can see in the images below that this one is as sexy on the outside as it is on the inside.  We’ve really warmed to the design aesthetics of the Sony Xperia brand over the last few models and fully expect a top-notch experience out of the Yuga. Let’s just hope it arrives quickly and with the latest version of Android, Jelly Bean.

More photos at the source.

AndroidSchweiz via XperiaBlog

 

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  1. Aaron
    November 09, 22:31 Reply

    I think this phone looks great, but I would only get it if it were a Nexus phone. Not really into Sony’s skin.

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