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Sony Xperia To Debut At CES 2013 With 1080P Display, Quad-Core Processor [Rumor]

Sony Xperia L36H Revealed in Photos

The Sony Xperia line of smartphone devices are about to become a bit more interesting. According to a rumor from the Chinese-language site ePrice, the company will debut a new device at CES 2013, and it will feature some impressive specs.

Rumored for the Sony Xperia device is a 5-inch display that will output video at a super crisp 1080p resolution. It is also rumored that Sony will debut the device with an ultra-fast quad-core processor that will power it’s Google Android-based OS.

The report suggests that the Sony Xperia Z L36h will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor with Adreno 320 GPU. The phone will also be powered by 2GB of RAM, and extra memory will be expandable via microSD card slot.

Sony will also pack quite the punch with a 13-megapixel backside-illuminated camera.

The new Sony Xperia is meant to compete directly with the LG Nexus 4 and the HTC Droid DNA.

ePrice suggests that the Sony Xperia could launch as early as January 15, just days after CES 2013 draws to a close.

The Inquisitr will be attending CES 2013 where we’ll keep an eye out for the new Sony Xperia and various other pieces of mobile technology including Samsung’s rumored “unbreakable displays” and other mobile products sure to impress.

Here is a supposed picture of the Sony Xperia Z L36h:

Sony Xperia L36h

Would you be willing to make a Sony Xperia smartphone your first choice if it includes a 13-megapixel camera, quad-core processor, and 1080p video output?

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6 Responses to “Sony Xperia To Debut At CES 2013 With 1080P Display, Quad-Core Processor [Rumor]”

  1. Simon Tompkins

    What's the point in quadcore? Android still isn't optimised for it. This is why the Xperia t's s4 dual core processor has been out performing quadcore phones in benchmark tests.

  2. Apaar Mainelli

    blame Samsung.. :/ faster Single/ Dual core is better than having slower quad core cpu since Android isnt optimized for quad cores!!!

  3. Tushar Singh

    A Quad-core phone is actually future-proof with key lime Pie coming out soon

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