Sony New Sony Smartphone With 21MP Rear Camera And Latest Android OS Spotted on GFXBench By Krishanu Chatterjee Posted on 2 weeks ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A new Sony smartphone has been spotted on GFXBench, the popular benchmarking site. This new phone has a premium rear camera of 21 megapixels and runs on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo. The model bears the model number H4223 and now that t ha been spotted on the benchmarking site, it may soon be released to the public. Sony has been in the new lately for reviving its line of the Xperia smartphones. the specs of the Sony Xperia XZ1 was leaked recently. From what we could learn about the device as it appeared on GFXBench, it seems that we are about to witness yet another smartphone with a big screen and with mid range interior features. We could also make out that the Sony H4233 has a pretty big 6-inch display that has a screen resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Powering the device is a quality octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor which has been clocked at 2.2GHz. This chipset is rounded off with the Adreno 508 graphics chip. The GFXBench listing As far as the memory aspects are concerned, the new Sony H4223 has 4GB of RAM as well as 64GB of internal storage. As of now, we are not sure whether the internal storage is expandable. It is the optics department where, as is customary, the device excels. This device features a 21MP rear or primary snapper besides a 15MP selfie camera. We expect that both of the devices are capable of supporting 4K video recording and will prove to be a photographer’s delight. As of now, there is no word on the price tag or the availability of the new smartphone. Having said that, we believe that this new model may just turn out to be the Sony Xperia X1. The X1 was expected to be present at the recently concluded IFA 2017 in Berlin. It did not appear, however. As of now, we have no further information for you just yet. Stay tuned for more updates.