Design-wise, this new set of leaked images is inline with images we've already seen so far.
The executive revealed that the Chinese company will instead make official a phone from an entirely new series.
Galaxy Note7 dethroned, while Xiaomi Redmi 4 makes a strong debut.
During the week we found ourselves mostly preoccupied with rumors abut upcoming IFA 2016 announcements.
Better late than never.
September 6 to be precise.
Bell, Telus, Wind, SaskTel, and Videotron are all now selling the Android-powered phone.
The phone's massive score hints at a Snapdragon 821 one again.
The poster suggests that a 15 minute charge is enough for the phone to run for a whopping 10 hours.
As expected, it includes last year's and current flagships from the S and Note lines. A pair of HTC phones as well.
The leak also confirms 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The device carries a price tag of $399.99.
The release comes just one day after the bigger Tab S model started receiving its Marshmallow treat.
The 6GB model that was supposedly headed to China is still nowhere to be seen.
A much sharper screen than the non-Plus Yoga Tab 3, much better chipset, many more improvements (allegedly).
Reports say the device could be the 2GB RAM variant of Xiaomi's upcoming Redmi 4 smartphone.
Assuming Sony even unveils them at IFA as rumored.
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