Sony unveiled the Xperia X smartphone this year during MWC, and now it looks like Sony is going to unveil the compact version of Xperia X soon. An unknown device which is said to be Xperia X Compact has been spotted on GFXBench which reveals its specifications.
The GFXBench listing doesn’t reveal any name or model number of this device but it is said to be the Xperia X Compact. According to the listing, the device is powered by Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor clocked at 2.1 GHz and paired with 4 GB RAM, whereas, the Adreno 530 GPU will be handling graphically intensive tasks for this device.
The device runs on CyanogenMod which is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Well, this really is something odd. Also, the reason for calling this device the Compact variant of Xperia X is undoubtedly the 4.6-inch display which has Full-HD resolution.
There’s 64 GB of internal storage on this device so we don’t think there will be any microSD card slot for storage expansion. For photography, the device is adorned by a 16 MP (or possibly 13 MP) primary camera at the back and an 8 MP secondary camera on the front. There’s no information about the battery, but we assume it to be somewhere around the 3000 mAh mark if not more.
If this device really exists, Sony might unveil it in IFA 2016 which is held in Berlin from September 2 – 7.