Sony Pikachu Specs Leaked: 2.3GHz Octa-Core Processor, 21 MP Camera, & More

Sony Pikachu specs have surfaced recently on GFXBench. It appears that Sony is planning to launch a new Xperia devices with some unbelievable specs.

Sony Pikachu

Sony Pikachu
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Earlier reports suggested that Sony would be launching five of its new Xperia models at the Mobile World Congress 2017. With just a few days left for the MWC 2017, Sony has already made arrangements for a press conference on February 27 and fans across the globe are looking forwarding to some amazing devices. Is it Sony Pikachu?

Sony Pikachu Specs Leaked

On the other hand, a lot of information and leaks regarding the upcoming smartphones have surfaced on the Internet recently. The latest rumours are regarding an upcoming Xperia model codenamed as Pikachu.

Pikachu Will Sport The Latest MediaTek Processor

Sony Pikachu was recently seen on GFXBench. There have also been leaks regarding the expected specs of the device.  The new Sony device is rumoured to be powered by the latest MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 processor. The octa-core processor runs at a speed of 2.3GHz. The device is also expected to sport a 5-inch HD display loaded with the latest Mali-T880 MP2 GPU.

Sony Pikachu Will Carry A 21MP Rear Camera

The device will also carry 3GB of RAM and 32 GB of built-in storage, which can be expanded via microSD card. The upcoming smartphone will also feature a 21MP primary camera and 8MP and front camera.  Sony Pikachu will run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.

Are G3112 And Pikachu The Same?

Recent reports also suggest that this Sony device may be the same device codenamed G3112 that was leaked a month ago, as the specs such as processor and display match with the recently leaked specs.  However, Sony will be unveiling multiple models at the MWC 2017.  It is expected that the successor to Sony Xperia YZ will also be featured in the event.

As there has not been any official announcement from Sony regarding the devices, the news has to be taken with a grain of salt.


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