After the leak one of the new featured device (Yuga C660X) to the public some time ago, recently reported Sony will officially show the device at CES 2013 event which should be held in January 2013.
Interestingly, the Japanese mobile phone manufacturer is reportedly also confirmed the new flagship phone as Xperia Z L36i/L36h/L36a (letters in the model number will change depending on the market).
As mentioned in a review of ePrice recently, the phone is supposedly going to be supported with a 5 inch full HD touchscreen 440ppi, a quad-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm S4 Pro processor, 2 GB of RAM in it, 16 GB of internal memory and microSDXC expansion cards slot for the more storage.
In addition, the Sony’s flagship smartphone which based on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is also going to be equipped with 4G LTE connectivity, WiFi and Bluetooth, and a GPS receiver. And even for documentation and optimal imaging, the phone is also equipped with a front camera plus 13 MP primary camera at backside of it with RS Exmor sensor and HDR video recording capability.
While about the price and when it will be officially launched, unfortunately still there is no detail information so far. However, from the news that circulating in internet, NTT DoCoMo as Japanese mobile phone operator that will launch the first time of the device. After its release in Japan, then followed by availability in other countries such as the United States, Hong Kong and globally in April 2013.