Sony: Pikachu smartphone on Android 7.0 Nougat presented at MWC 2017?

Techno 15 February, 2017

The Mobile World Congress 2017 is approaching and the latest news, Sony Mobile will unveil a smartphone codenamed “Pikachu” and that would run Android 7.0 Nougat.
Sony will be present in Barcelona at the end of February to present its novelties. The Japanese manufacturer should take advantage of the MWC to present no fewer than five new smartphones. The models ? Nobody knows them. But we have already seen leaks here and there, about the future devices of the Xperia range . And today, a mobile that bears the code name of “Pikachu” has just made its appearance in the web. No, we do not know if it looks like the little yellow creature but, we already have a glimpse of the features of the smartphone that should run Android 7.0!
According to the GFXBench database , the Sony “Pikachu” should have a 5-inch screen and would be equipped with a MediaTek MT6757 processor consisting of eight cores running at 2.3 GHz, backed by 3 GB of RAM. But the real highlight of this smartphone that will undoubtedly be presented alongside the new Xperia XA and XZ 2017 (their name has not been confirmed ) is probably its 21-megapixel photo sensor that would be capable of capturing videos In 1080p. The smartphone would not be compatible with the 4K but, it would have everything to please! Very much the MWC 2017.