GFXBench suggests that Sony is working on a dual-camera smartphone. This will be the first Xperia using this solution. Of course, the Japanese would not be themselves if they did not come up with something unexpected – in this case it is a place to implement a dual camera.

Sony is one of those manufacturers who keep up with their strategy and implement it for many years. Probably a lot of you thought about design right away, but this time it is something else. As you probably know, many manufacturers are currently setting up for dual cameras , but from unknown to me, Sony is not aware of it, and does not have a single lens in its phones. It seems that soon something will change in this matter, although in typical Japanese way – from the least expected side.

Fot. Xperia

Fot. Xperia

The Xperia H3213 Avenger appeared in GFXBench and the benchmark claims that the phone will be equipped with a dual camera. However, it will not be implemented on the back panel, and on the front , in a configuration of 16 MP + 8 MP. I do not know how it works, but I bet that the extra lens will have a wider field of view, allowing you to do group selfie images. As far as Sony is concerned, Sony thinks it's an important target group, as it's the first to get a dual camera on the Xperia ™ smartphones. The same was true with optical image stabilization, which debuted at the front of the Xperia XA Ultra. Of course, Sony will not be the first manufacturer to introduce a smartphone with two cameras on the front, but following up on Japan's current actions, I doubt they'll show another model with a dual camera in the near future. Let's leave that aside and let's move on. The specification of the Xperia H3213 is as follows:
  • The screen should have 6 inches and Full HD resolution (1920×1080).
  • The heart of the device will be Snapdragon 630 with Adreno 508 and 4GB of RAM,
  • The main camera should have a resolution of 23 megapixels,
  • the manufacturer's files will allocate 32GB of memory,
  • The board will run out of NFC,
  • The tested copy worked under Android 8.0 Oreo.

The full specs suggest that the Xperia H3213 should belong to the Ultra family . The release date is unknown, but I would not be surprised if we had to wait for this model until next year's MWC in Barcelona. Source: GFXBench