It’s probably fair to say that while Sony’s Xperia range is decent enough, there’s nothing hugely remarkable about the handsets – certainly not from the average consumer’s point of view.
If the rumour mill is to be believed, however, Sony is set to push the boat out next year with a monstrous 6in smartphone behemoth, and now we’re hearing that the rumoured 5in Sony Yuga might have 128GB internal storage. Cripes.
We’ve been drinking a fair bit of Sony Yuga rumour juice of late, most recently seeing the smartphone rocking a game of mahjong in a fairly bland pic.
Sony Yuga specs sound decidedly impressive, however. Various rumours have suggested a 5in 1080p display, rear camera in the 12-16MP arena, 2-3GB of RAM, and a 3,000mAh battery.
The Sony Yuga is also tipped to be water and dust-resistant, which I still reckon will become a standard feature on high-end smartphones in due course. Probably once the iPhone goes waterproof, with Apple inevitably taking credit for inventing the technology.
Getting back to Sony Yuga specs, the latest rumour throws in “128GB ROM”. Interesting. At present, as far as I’m aware, the meatiest smartphone storage option is the 64GB Samsung Galaxy S III, which can be extended to 128GB via microSD.
Well, 128GB of storage would certainly go down a treat. Even with 64GB of storage to play with, it’s often not enough to accommodate entire music collections.
via: Android Community