Sony might be bringing a new Android smartphone at the IFA 2016 event set to premiere from 4th until 7th of September. The new Sony-made phone that may launch at the IFA 2016 is most likely to be the Sony Xperia X Compact.
The most popular mobile reporter of today, Evan Blass has released via a Twitter post the very first image of the anonymous Xperia X Compact. And this image comes straightly after reporting a render of the LG V20 set to launch at the IFA event.
Reportedly, the Xperia X Compact will feature a 5.2-inch full-HD display at 1080 pixels and will be highlighted by an impressive 23MP main camera. Even though some reports suggest that it will measure under 5-inch of a display, the 5.2-inch is most likely to be true. Probably it will come with the Gorilla Glass 5.
The Xperia X Compact is going to be Sony’s flagship for the X-line of devices, and the chances are that it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 similar to the Xperia X Performance with at least 3GB of RAM, and support NFC, Fingerprint sensor on the back, and be upgraded to at least Android 6.0 Marshmallow (debuting upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat would not be a surprise anyway) with Sony UI on top.
While these are just speculations, the IFA event is very close to coming while information toward Xperia X Compact is scarce, you should not take these suggestions as facts. Everything can happen, but chances to see the newest member of Sony’s X series of smartphones at the IFA 2016 during the first days of September actually exist.