lundi 3 mars 2014
Posted By: achraf charafi on 05:59
Sony Xperia Sirius D6503 REVIEW HD
In case you were worried Sony won't have a flagship to counter the Samsung Galaxy S5 or LG G3 with this season, you need to stop fretting, as the Sony D6503, codenamed "Sirius", already made quite the splash in the rumor mill. The company's current flagship, however, the Xperia Z1, has barely been on the market for a few months now, so Sirius might simply be a refresh of sorts, rather than the speculated Xperia Z2 successor.
This theory is backed up by the leaked specs, features and interface screenshots - there isn't anything that is drastically different than the Z1 - not to mention that the design language seems to have been kept very similar. Moreover, another Sony handset, coded D6603, appeared in benchmarks, so Sony might be doing this season what it did with the Xperia Z and ZL combo. Let's recap what we know so far about the "Sirius" handset.
Photos, allegedly showing the Sony D6503, reveal a device that is similar in appearance to the Sony Xperia Z1, but with thinner side bezel. This leads to the possibility that the phone sports a larger, 5.2 inch screen, just as outed already. The bottom of the device has three large holes instead of the mesh speaker grille found on the Xperia Z1. The microUSB and SIM ports are on the left side and the microSD slot is on the right side. The lanyard is now also on the left side instead of the right side as on the Xperia Z1. In fact, a few photos popped up, that show the Sirius lying next to an Xperia Z1, so you can judge on the visual differences yourself.