Supposed images of the user manual for the unannounced Sony Xperia C5 Ultra have popped up, showing us that Sony could be about to deliver its slimmest bezel yet.
Previously leaked images of a phone codenamed Lavender have hinted that Sony had something new on the way, and this, the Xperia C5 Ultra, would appear to be it. If these images from the manual are correct, it ought to come with a display that finally delivers on the "bezel-less" promises made by hardware makers over the years -- as long as this is the actual phone and not just the work of an unskilled image manipulation person who's not done a very good job of getting things in proportion.
Previous Twitter leaks by people who enjoy doing that sort of thing suggested the Lavender/C5 Ultra would have the headline-grabbing feature of a front-facing camera with LED flash for people who like showing off the condition of their skin and straightness of their teeth, plus a 13MP main camera, 2GB of RAM, dual SIM slots and a 1080p display, all backed by a 64-bit and LTE-capable MediaTek MT6752 chipset. All of which we'd quite like to have, were it to come in at, say, £199. [Xperia Blog]