Sony Yuga rumored with outlandish 3GB RAM, 128GB storage, 16-megapixel camera

Sony Yuga rumored with outlandish 3GB RAM, 128GB storage, 16-megapixel camera

Well, well, well. The rumor mill just kicked into ludicrous speed with the yet-announced Sony Yuga. Details hitting the internet today have the forthcoming flagship device as having unheard of hardware. Reportedly, the Yuga will employ a Samsung Exynos 5 quad-core processor, 3GB RAM, 128 GB storage, a 16-megapixel camera, and a 3,000 mAh battery. Oh, and let’s not forget that this one has been tied to a 5-inch 1080p HD display as well.  Still not sold? It’s allegedly dust-proof and waterproof.

Don’t hold your breath over the specs, kids, this one sounds too good to be true. You know that goes…

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  1. gflasck
    December 14, 11:21 Reply

    I don’t think there’s anything here that’s unrealistic (save for “waterproof”) – if this is real, this is exactly what Sony needs to do. They need to produce something that lives up to the Sony name or just stop altogether with the half-hearted efforts they’ve produced up to this point.

  2. James Eagle
    December 14, 11:51 Reply

    With that spec and that SSD, It’s going to cost a lot.

    • Me
      December 17, 00:12 Reply

      nobody said it was an ssd?

      • James Eagle
        December 17, 07:01 Reply

        Are you saying there is a chance of a spinning hard drive inside a phone?

  3. erni74
    December 17, 04:47 Reply

    the 2013th Roadmap of Sony looks really intersting! Hope that this Android smartphone will come soon!

  4. Quryous
    December 17, 12:16 Reply


    FAR from it. Sounds quite up-to-date to me. Wish my Galaxy Note 2 had those specs. I have had it only 3 weeks and already I am on my second 64GB sd card. The so called 16GB of internal ram ran out a long time ago. I wish it had 128GB SD cards, too.

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