A mid-range Sony Xperia smartphone snuck in the GFX Bench database. The D5103 features specs similar, but better than the Moto G. The chipset is listed as Snapdragon 400 MSM8226, the same as the Moto G, but there are differences.
The chipset has four Cortwex-A7 cores at 1.4GHz (200MHz faster than in the Motorola) and Adreno 305 graphics, which has proven great for the 720p screen resolution. There's no info on the screen size though.
The Sony Xperia D5103 was running Android 4.4.1 KitKat when it did the test, with the software fingerprint revealing the build is quite recent – January 27.
Judging by the 3 in the model number, the Xperia D5103 will have LTE connectivity, another victory over the Moto G.
if found under 150 pounds i can garuntee many people will buy
Plz quickly lunach
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