Sony is preparing to unveil two new smartphones in Xperia range and enhancing its hosting system Android in version 4.1.2.
Each year, a few days before the event the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, some information is leaked showing the products to be presented for the upcoming year. For 2013, this could be the case next two Android smartphones from Sony. In fact, the Japanese automaker is preparing to commercialize Xperia Z and ZL, the code names of Odin and Yuga. According to several rumors, the Xperia Z is reserved for the Japanese market while Xperia ZL would be distributed in other countries.
The information previously collected by the blog Engadget on these models include the presence of a quad core processor Snapdragon S4 clocked at 1.5 GHz and coupled with 2GB of RAM with Adreno 320 graphics chipset. Both devices will also have a 5-inch screen and a main camera of 13 megapixels. One of the major differences concerns the location of the front camera whose position will be in the top left for Xperia Z and bottom right for Xperia ZL.
It only remains to see whether the Japanese will unveil both smartphones next week. Meanwhile two images were found on the site sonymobile.com which you can see at the top of this page.