Latest AnTuTu benchmark screenshot shows a Sony MediaTek Helio P20 smartphone with model number G3221 having impressive specifications.
The phone looks like it’s ready to take on the big flagship models from other manufacturers in 2017.
In an earlier report, we mentioned that Sony Xperia phones are coming and they have two different models lined up for launch. The model number of the phones are G3112 and G3121 but very little information was available about them. The information came from the official Xperia blog. However, the manufacturer didn’t discuss much on the specifications or the availability of the devices. It is also rumored that they may have more than just two smartphones in their lineup and are expected to be announced in quick succession at the 2017 Mobile World Congress.
A recent benchmark screenshot however confirmed another new Sony Xperia smartphone with model number G3221. It was one of the speculated unnamed models that now has its official specifications confirmed through third party sources. The device is powered by a MTK Helio P20 MT6757 processor with Mali-T880 graphics processing unit and runs on Android 7.0 Nougat version.
It will probably sport a 5.5-inch display which is not revealed in the screenshot but we deduce the information based on its resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Sony has a stronghold when it comes to creating some of the smartphone cameras. This new device will have a massive 23 megapixel camera in the rear while an equally large 16 megapixel camera will be used in the front. These specifications are very high on paper and if they show real world performance, the Sony P20 phone could be one of the best launches in 2017.
The phone is powered by 4GB of RAM which is more than enough to handle all the tasks you could throw at it. When entry level models use 2GB of RAM these days, it is not a big leap for a flagship quality phone to go with 4GB of RAM to keep the phone zippy irrespective of the number of background processes. There is 64GB of storage space which is ample enough for most users. The model might have SD card support to further expand the storage but it is yet to be confirmed in the official spec sheet.
With the 2017 Mobile World Congress really close, lots of smartphone manufacturers are testing their new models on Geekbench and those screenshots continue to leak information before the official reveal. We will bring them whenever there are interesting models to watch out for.