Sony is working on a new smartphone and the proof lies in its latest GFXBench listing. An unidentified Sony-branded model has shown up on the website. It carries the model number, “H4233.” But, there is not much that can be guessed about the smartphone on the basis of the model number. The listing pretty much reveals all the specifications set to arrive in the Device.

Here are the speculated features and specs

According to a report by Phone Arena, the GFXBench listing reveals that the smartphone will feature a 6-inch display with 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resolution. In the storage department, the handset will offer 4GB of RAM (3.7GB) along with 64GB of inbuilt storage (43GB).

Sony usually provides users with the ability to expand its storage via the microSD card-slot option. The smartphone is further mentioned to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor (clocked at 2.2GHz).

On the basis of this, it is safe to assume that the handset will fall in the mid-range category. The device will also be carrying Qualcomm’s Adreno 508 for graphics purpose. On the camera front, the smartphone has been listed as featuring a 21-megapixel rear camera with 4K-video recording capabilities. This is perfected with the addition of a 15-megapixel front snapper capable of recording 4K videos as well. The handset will be running on Android Oreo right out of the box, which is considered to be among the top highlights of it. On the connectivity front, the smartphone is listed as including NFC sensors, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other such basic facilities.

Device might run on Android Oreo

According to Android Headlines, it doesn’t come across as surprising that the smartphone has packed Oreo directly out of the box. Sony had promised that they will deliver the Oreo update as soon as it is made available. In fact, they were also the first ones to have published a list of their smartphones that will be receiving the latest software update. It’s recently-launched Xperia XZ1 line-up (Standard and Compact variants) also come with Oreo pre-installed. The smartphones fall in the high-end category and are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip. The company also launched Xperia XZ1 Plus at IFA, 2017 (Berlin). The firm doesn’t seem that it is done with smartphone launches this year. In fact, the model spotted on GFXBench might be a “Plus” variant of Xperia XZ1. The phone might fall in the high-end smartphone category.