Courtesy of XDA member iRimas come some photos and rumored specs of a mystery Sony smartphone. The device in question belongs to the family Xperia and has the model number D6503. According to the leakster it sports a 5.2" display, thinner bezels than the Xperia Z1 and runs on a fresh new UI atop Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
The device is apparently unstable and the UI is crashing all the time but we expect to see UI screenshots from said XDA user soon.
The model number D6503 shows this device as a replacement to the Sony Xperia ZL, not the Z1. We've seen this model number crop up at the end of last year. Still the camera on the back is reportedly the same 20.7 MP 1/2.3" unit found on the Z1 and Z1 Compact.
Other differences with the Xperia Z1 include three large speaker-like grilles on the bottom, the microUSB slot and SIM tray sit on the left side, while on the right there's room for a microSD card slot. The lanyard eyelet is placed on the left side, instead of the right one.
Then there are the usually-placed camera shutter button, power button, magnetic pin connectors, headphone jack and LED notification light (placed above the earpiece).
Hey #SONY.. Please change the notification light like it's in Xperia ZL!! Because #Xperia ZL's notification light looks brilliant!!
Nothing special in this phone except bigger display compared to Z1. Price probably will be around 500 euros. There is no need for bigger phone than 5 inches, if you want bigger, simply buy a tablet.
As mentioned the total device size will stay the same as Z1. Screen will be IPS 1080p 5.2". 3GB Ram, more than 3000mAh battery (max. 3500mAh I'm not sure). The three holes at the button frame are just for the microphone. Camera will be b...