While we just finished gobbling up the LG G4 leaks from GFXBench, the benchmark has churned up another surprise today.
A new smartphone made an appearance today with the code-name Sony E6553. Even though this code-name may have no meaning for us, it is most definitely the Xperia Z4, Sony's next flagship.
Sony let Mobile World Congress pass by without launching the Xperia Z4 and we are yet to hear about the release date or specifications from the tech giant. However, the new device captured at GFXBench revealed quite a few specifications today that seem to indicate a real deal is in the offing.
Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor, the device features 23GB internal storage and 3GB RAM. A 5.1 inch full HD display is complemented by the powerful Adreno 430 graphics.
The primary camera and the front camera pack 19MP and 4.8MP resolution and will be comparable with the best given the quality produced by the Xperia line. Running on the latest Android 5.0.2 Lollipop OS, the device seems to be among the best in terms of specs and capability.
While we will not be surprised if the device really turns out to the the Xperia Z4 given the features are close to what we expected Sony to come up with, we would expect an announcement from Sony in the next few days with a complete list of specifications and the release date.