It looks like Sony is planning something that will happen next Monday, which is the 3rd of August, and that would most probably be the date where new handsets are launched – and the Sony Xperia C5 Ultra has been rumored to be one of them. Apparently, a leaked photo of the Sony Xperia C5 Ultra has also surfaced, and the Sony Xperia C5 Ultra does seem to be a rather large handset based on the photo above – it is on the right.
So far, rumored hardware specifications for the Sony Xperia C5 Ultra point to a 6” Full HD display that is close to bezel-free, which more or less makes it look smaller than it actually is – perfect for those who place quite an emphasis on aesthetics, actually. A 1.7GHz MediaTek MT6752 processor with 2GB of RAM are also said to accompany the handset, in addition to 16GB of internal memory, a 13MP rear and front-facing cameras, NFC, dual SIM support, and a 2,930mAh battery. We will just have to wait and see.
Trivia lovers, here is something that might just pique your interest. After all, don’t you wish you had all sorts of information at your fingertips? Windows Phone lovers will be pleased to hear that there is a leak concerning information about the Windows Phone Store, and such information can be said to be ‘ancient”, as it dates back all the way to October 2011 with the introduction of Windows Phone 7.5.
So far, the most popular downloaded app happens to be Facebook with more than 112 million installations – no surprise there at all, I suppose. WhatsApp is behind Facebook considerably at 92 million downloads, while OneDrive has 62.5 million downloads. Located close to the bottom of the food chain would be PayPal that picked up a mere 1.6 million downloads all this while, and 2.5 million for Telegraph.
Third party apps as well as games have had their fair share of hits, too, like Tube HD that handles the playback of YouTube videos with more than 13 million downloads. Of course, these figures would pale in comparison to what Android and iOS platforms have garnered all this while.