At long last, the rumors of the Sony C650X handset have started rolling in again. Yes, the rumor mill has been cranking up for the upcoming 5-inch Android phones from Sony, with a recent report suggesting that one of them has got a new commercial naming scheme. A few days ago, we reported that Sony’s C660X Yuga is said to be named as the Xperia Z when it launches initially. A new rumor has it that the Sony C650X smartphone (also known as “Odin”), could go by the name of the “Xperia X”.
Both the Yuga aka Xperia Z and Odin aka Xperia X are rumored to sport same hardware specifications and one of them is bound to go for international release, while the other is set to hit U.S. soil in the future.
One of the highlight parts of the Xperia X will be its 5-inch 1080p display and it may also use Sony’s OptiContrast technology, just like the Xperia Z. Other expected specs are including 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 pro processor, 2GB RAM, 12MP camera on back side, 32GB internal storage and it will ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS
The question is, when exactly the Xperia X handset is introduced to the Android fans? A report claims that Sony will release the Sony Yuga aka Xperia Z handset at CES 2012 event in January. All the 2012 Xperia handsets have not exactly been the big hit that Sony had hoped for. So, Sony should start next year with a bang.
Via: Android Authority