Thanks to an NTT Docomo brochure leak, the Sony Xperia Z1 f, which is a smaller version of Sony’s current Android Z1, was revealed. And today we’re seeing further evidence of the miniaturized handset’s existence from what looks like a similar Japanese carrier leak. Today’s brochure images shows the Z1 f, codenamed “Itsuki”, in black, white, lime green and pink colors.
The Z1 f is likely to have the internal hardware almost identical to the full-sized Xperia Z1: a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 20.7-megapixel camera and IP58-rated water and dust-resistance, with only the screen being downscaled to a 4.3-inch 720p panel.
In the meantime, the same leak revealed a glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy J, which seems to be a Japan-centric version of the Snapdragon 800-powered Galaxy S4 we’ve seen up until now. The chassis’ appearance is a bit of a departure from the current Samsung design language, and the specs have been bumped up somewhat, too. The Galaxy J sports 3GB of RAM, compared to the regular S4’s 2GB. Leaked images show the handset in “coral pink,” “satin white” and “lapis blue.”
Nothing is certain if we will see either device released internationally, the Galaxy J in particular, which is likely to be a Japan-specific model. We will just have to wait and see what information arises regarding the Sony Xperia Z1 f and Samsung Galaxy J.
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