Sony D6503 aka Sirius rumor roundup


We’ve missed some news, including some of the Sony D6503 leaks, fortunately XperiaBlog  has some notes about the device, and we’re round-upping it here. Let’s check it out.

  • A few days ago we’ve posted some Xperia Z1 refresh pictures. Now it looks like there’s some more. The device is faced side-by-side with Xperia Z1. As you can see from the pictures, the Z1 successor has a (slightly) slimmer body, but sightly wider display. And we’ve found some ‘selfie’ Sirius pics too. It reveals that the Z1 successor has a small dual-front facing speakers (not as big as found in HTC One). And one of the speakers have some small LED indicators, too.

Sirius (left); Z1 (right)

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Sirius (right); Z1 (left)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • A couple of screenshots reveals some 4.4 KitKat screenshots. The Z1’s successor (possibly called Z2) is tipped to launch with 4.4 out of the box. We can saw some features that the Z2 has, too, including 4K video recording, ‘Glove mode’, and more. However, we’re not sure those forty-four pictures fits this post. Check those pics by clicking this link.
  • If you’re interested, the wallpapers for Sony Sirius (also seen on Xperia T2 Ultra) can be downloaded at this link. The RAR archive contains three wallpapers. The pictures are labeled as ‘connect_ps4′, ‘create_ps4’ and ‘discover_ps4’, which means that they are ported from Sony PS4 gaming console.

No official statement from Sony so far, we’ll keep you updated with some news.

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