Sony Xperia C650X Odin leaks, said to be next flagship

Sony logoSony released a good number of smartphones this year but it seems they are already looking forward to next year. Leaked user agent profiles detail three new phones for 2013, one of which is supposed to be the company's next flagship.

It is known under several model numbers - C6502, C6503 and C6506 - with the different last numbers supposedly representing regional variations of the phone. According to the rumors, the phone is codenamed Odin and its user agent string reports it's running Android 4.1.1.

Unfortunately, that's all there is about the alleged next Xperia flagship.

The other two are entry-level devices similar to the current Xperia tipo and Xperia miro models. Their model numbers are C1505 and C1604/C1605 and both have HVGA screens of unknown size and run Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.

The C160X is powered by a Snapdragon MSM7227A chipset, with a single 1GHz Cortex-A5 core and Adreno 200 graphics as revealed by its NenaMark 2 results. The C150X is probably powered by the same platform, though there are no benchmark results for this one (yet).

Sony hasn’t made a feature phone in a while and it seems like they'll have low-end droids fill that spot. But what more will the C150X and C160X have to offer than the miro/tipo, besides the 200MHz clock speed bump? And we're eager to see more info on the C650X Odin, a NenaMark result will do (it looks like Sony has kept their taste for Snapdragon chipsets, so which one is in the Odin?).

Source: GSMArena

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