By Stephen Schenck | November 9, 2012 4:52 PM
There have been a ton of rumors and leaks lately about upcoming Sony Androids, first with the handset codenamed “Odin”, and more recently with model C6603, codenamed “Yuga”. Today we’ve got one more to add to that group, upon the Sony C3602 showing up in some benchmark results.
While the Odin and Yuga sounded pretty darn high-end, with 1080p screens and quad-core chips, the C3602 is looking quite a bit more low-key. We don’t get much in the way of detail from these NenaMark2 figures, but we can see the presence of a 720p display, and the listed Adreno 225 GPU gives us a few hints about the SoC the phone’s running.
There are a few Snapdragon S4 chips that employ an Adreno 225 as their GPU. All of them are dual-core chips from the S4 Plus series, so while we’re not looking at any kind of quad-core behemoth, the C3602 still sounds decently capable.
Of course, you could argue that Sony doesn’t need another phone like this, since it’s already got the Xperia TL, but maybe the manufacturer has some way in mind to help the C3602 stand out a little. For now, we’re just going to have to wait for some more info on the handset to arrive.