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SONY XPERIA UL IMAGES LEAKED !

It looks like the Japanese smartphone maker Sony Mobiles has a big list of smartphone launches for its Xperia lineup this year.Recently, Sony released two new high-end smartphones – Xperia Z and Xperia ZL, and now a Chinese site has leaked an image of the company’s upcoming smartphone, Xperia UL codenamed Gaga.

The images indicate that the Xperia UL would sport a 5-inch touchscreen display. It is rumored that the smartphone will feature a powerful quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, which is used by rival Samsung’s Galaxy S4 handset.




 Specification:

  • quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600  or 800 processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  •  2,300 mAh Li-Ion battery (removable)
  •  5-inch touchscreen 1080p display
  •  32GB of internal storage.
  •  Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean
  • the device will feature a NFC mobile wallet, IR capabilities and 1Seg Japanese TV support.

Sony-Xperia-UL-back-side Sony-Xperia-UL-front-and-backThe leaked image also indicates that it has a rubberized back that will make the device water and dust proof.Sony-Xperia-Z

It is still unclear whether the device will come with 13-megapixel rear-camera like the Xperia Z, but the leaked image indicates an LED flash and a secondary camera in front for video calls.

However, most of the specs and features are only rumors and Sony has not confirmed any of the rumors. In all probability, the Xperia UL will be an upgraded version of the Sony Xperia Z. The Sony Xperia is a popular smartphone and Sony would surely like to cash on its popularity.xperia-zl-features-display-fullhd-1240x7002-057058cb03685a7b9d301bc8de3ffba7



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