With a new year finally here there is a lot that’s going to be revealed from different Smartphone manufactures and its seems like Sony will take the lead in it with a new flagship device launch at Consumer Electronics Show 2014 which is just a day ahead of us. A recent rumor suggests that Sony is planning to launch a new device code-named Sirius at the CES 2014, the handset is surely a very capable one if you rely on the leaked specs that it comes on board with. Considering Sony’s shyness about new device launch there is a strong reason here to believe that its true, but don’t bet your horses just yet.
According to the rumored specifications, Sirius will use a 2560 x 1440 pixels display screen that measures 5.2 Inches, the processing power will come out of the latest Snapdragon 805 and 3GB of RAM is another thing to expect. The 20.7 MP Sony G Lens Camera will also be included so all you photography enthusiasts out there don’t have anything to worry about. What’s more interesting is, to power all these high-end components a 3500 mAh battery unit will be included (though not removable) in the Smartphone and the software part will be handed over to Sony Skinned Android 4.4 KitKat.
Additionally there is some information about another device from Sony that may come around May 2014 code-named Canopus which can be expected to land in the Phablet territory. Being a potential successor to the Xperia Z Ultra all we can expect is a huge screen size with a 1440p resolution and a Snapdragon 805 for sure. Stay tuned for more updates as CES 2014 kicks into action tomorrow in Las Vegas.