Sony Mobile’s next flagship, codenamed Yuga has been making a lot of news, and rumors too, due to its hefty specs. The Sony Yuga is rumored to house a powerful Samsung Exynos 5 Quad processor, a 5-inch Full HD OLED display, 3 GB of RAM, 12 MP camera, IR blaster, and 128 GB storage, all packed in a water and dust resistant body. The phone will reportedly be launched with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and there are good chances that it will show its face officially at the CES 2013 next month (Jan 8-13).
Now we have leaked images from Blog of Mobile revealing that the Sony Yuga’s Japanese version, which will be launched on NTT DoCoMo, has passed the FCC standards. The FCC documents show that the device has a have a 2,330mAh battery against the rumored 3000mAh battery. But we should keep in mind that this might be specific to the Japanese model and the international version might be slightly different from it. Another new information revealed by the documents is that Sony Yuga will support the following network frequency bands: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900; UMTS/HSPA Bands 1/5/6/19 and LTE Bands 1/19/21.