Earlier today @Vizileaks leaked a picture of what he is claiming to be the Xperia G. To be honest, you couldn’t tell much, apart from the fact it had a slightly smaller chassis than the Xperia Z1. Other features we could make out, include what looks like a plastic frame, dedicated camera button and Sony’s signature power button.
Now Vizileaks has followed up with another picture that shows the back of the device. The camera sits in the middle of the rear, instead of the edge as seen in most other Xperia models, besides a LED flash. NFC is also present, along with an uncovered micro USB port.
Vizileaks has given a few details on the specs. He confirms the slightly smaller-than-Z1-chassis fits a 4.8-inch display (no word on resolution, but as a mid-ranger 720p is likely). He suggests other features to include an 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, LTE, 8GB internal storage and microSD memory card slot.
He also says that it will not have an IP rating – no surprise given the uncovered USB port. The back of the handset also looks glossy judging by the reflection in photo. However, we imagine this is just a glossy plastic back, similar to that used in the Xperia Z1 Compact. We’ll bring you more news as we get a fuller picture of the Xperia G.
— ViziLeaks (@vizileaks) February 14, 2014