Sony has announced the Xperia C3 handset back in July last year. You might not remember this handset by its name, but this thing actually sported the LED flash on its front side, which was kind of memorable at the time. The Xperia C3 was actually Sony's mid-ranger offering, and it was just a matter of time when the company will announce its successor. That hasn't happened just yet, but we're getting more and more leaks touting the device. A nice looking Xperia C4 (Cosmos) image leaked yesterday, showing off the device from the front, and now we have yet another image to share with you.
Today's image comes from @upleaks, and it shows an all-white variant of the Xperia C4. It seems like this device will once again sport a front-facing LED flash, and the device will quite probably get a somewhat better front-facing camera as well, quite probably an 8-megapixel snapper. This handset actually resembles the Xperia Z3 a whole lot, well, both Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact. This thing is shaped a bit differently, especially its edges, which are more rounded. The Xperia C3 featured a 5.5-inch 720p display, so you can expect the Xperia C4 to sport a similar screen size, though that's just a guess at this point considering we don't really have any spec information to share with you.
Speaking of specifications, let's try to figure out what will the Xperia C4's internals look like, shall we. Aside from a 5.5-inch display, this thing will quite probably ship with 1GB of RAM again, unless Sony decided to bump that up to 2GB. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 410 64-bit quad-core processor will quite probably power on this thing, it makes sense considering its predecessor was rockin' the Snapdragon 400. The 8-megapixel camera will quite probably be included here, it's also possible that Sony will opt to include an 8-megapixel snapper on both its front and back side.
We still don't know when will Sony unveil this thing, but it will happen in the next couple of months for sure. Either way, we'll let you know if we get any additional info regarding this device, stay tuned.