The new software should fix quite a few issues, while also removing some bloatware.
The official images have basically been the only missing piece of the C5 puzzle so far.
The handset is going to be unveiled in the next few weeks, judging from the amount of rumors we're seeing about it.
Weighing in at around 43MB, the update doesn't bring along any new features but does include some security related improvements.
The blurry 8MP image was obviously shot in some pretty difficult conditions.
Red and gray Barcelona themed variants of the smartphone also known as Oppo R9.
Another possibility is a rugged version for the outdoor types.
The Xperia E5 leak from a couple of days ago effectively revealed that it's the entry-level Sony F3311 that was spotted on GFXBench last month.
But before that, the project - which has been under testing at over 30 universities in the US - will also be tested by "several very large financial institutions."
The devices were launched in the company's home country of China last month.
That's broadly in-line with the already-rumored H2 2016 launch time-frame for the device.
The Taiwanese company has started sending out media invites for the launch event.
The magenta carrier has announced that the new software is now rolling out over-the-air.
The upcoming highly ruggedised version of the S7 will be exclusive to AT&T.
Unlocked Mobiles currently has the device listed on its website.
After last year's cardboard launch of the OnePlus 2, the company is now taking it to the next level.
The device was spotted listed on GFXBench last month.
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