After Sony G8441 spotted on AnTuTu running on Android O another device with the name Sony Xperia ZG Compact is caught on the GeekBench benchmarking website. The device is somewhat similar to the Xperia Z5 Compact launched back in September 2015. There is a difference in the RAM listing of both the devices.
Xperia Z5 Compact which was launched two years back has the low RAM listing of 1764 MB as compared to 1812 MB of Xperia ZG Compact on GeekBench. Also, there is the difference in the score of both the devices on GeekBench. Where Z5 Compact scores a single core score of 1372 and multicore score of 3868, the ZG compact has a single core score of 1349 and a multi-core score of 3049.
The newly leaked smartphone spotted to run on the Android v7.1.1 Nougat operating system. Under the hood, it is caught employing a Qualcomm MSM8894 Snapdragon 810 SoC with the Octa-Core CPU clocked at 1.5 GHz. This Snapdragon 810 SoC is the talk of the past as there is not a single smartphone launched this year with this unpopular chipset.
There are no other leaks or rumors about this device so it can be a mistake on the site or anything like a fault. And if it is carrying the similar specs of Z5 Compact with such a chipset then there will be hardly any buyer for it.
To make you aware, Z5 Compact has a 4.6″ of IPS LCD screen with the scratch resistance glass and oleophobic coating over the display. It is a 720p resolutions device with the water and dust proof IP68 certification.
It embeds a 2 GB of RAM with the expandable internal storage of 32 GB. There is a 23 MP of PDAF primary camera at the back and a 5.1 camera up front with HDR and 1080p for better selfie experience. This phone has the side – mounted fingerprint scanner and NFC like features.
There is a 2700 mAh of non – removable battery packed to it and it is available in White, Graphite Black, Yellow, Coral color options at a price of $359.99 in US market.
But there is hardly any chance that Sony Xperia ZG Compact exists or in an extreme case it does then at least it will not comes up with such outdated SoC chipset.
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