Sony Xperia P2 Sony Xperia Z4

The Sony Xperia P series may be old but it seems the Japanese company still has plans to revive it by launching the Xperia P2. We’re still regarding this as a rumor for now but some images were posted on a Chinese website complete with specs and dimensions. The new smartphone was even compared alongside the newly launched Sony Xperia Z4–this one we mentioned was a slight improvement of the Xperia Z3.

The Xperia P2 looks high-end and ready to compete with the newest flagship phones recently launched. The phone also seems to have inherited the same look of Sony Xperia P from three years ago with those nifty transparent navigation buttons. Notice that transparent band at the bottom? Sony has already used the same design on the Xperia P2’s predecessor.

The Sony Xperia P2 appears to be all boxy, as usual, but the back is all-metal and has an arc thickness of 8.9mm to 10.9mm. That’s thick in an age where smartphones are competing to be the slimmest and the sleekest but the battery is believed to be an impressive 4240mAh so it’s just okay. As long as battery life is longer than usual, the thickness is acceptable. Anyway, slim phones become thick too when protected with a hard cover. Some protective cases even come with extra battery so the Xperia P2’s slight thickness is okay.

Looking at the specs, the Xperia P2’s features are almost similar to the Xperia Z4 but instead of a 20MP camera, there’s only a 12MP camera with 1/2.3 Exmor RS CMOS. The phone boasts of a high-power flash, 5.2-inch screen,TRILUMINOS Display IPS, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, 3GB RAM, 32GB built-in storate, 1.9GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, and a 5.1 megapixel front-facing camera.

Sony Xperia P2 Sony Xperia Z4_a

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  1. Been looking for a new phone and don’t want to go the Samsung route. This would easily be top on my list to consider.
    A) It will not come to North America
    B) It is a fan-render.

  2. I don’t know why people are still commenting about it. It’s obviously fake. Sony wouldn’t go back to the dated Xperia 2012 design style. This bezels are impossible, like @BNNblog:disqus said, there’s no way to put a 5mp sensor on the front with that bezels. Also, this design couldn’t afford dust and water resistance (the Xperia S was originally designed to be water resistant, that’s why it had flaps, but at the end, they realized it would be a lot more complicated than they thought). And finally, 4250mAh on a smaller and thinner device is impossible.


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