Recently we saw Sony D5503 speculated as international version of Xperia Z1 F SO-02F passing through FCC which confirmed officially it’s codename as Xperia Amami and running android 4.3 14.2.A.0.144 firmware. While the exact model name of this device is still a mystery. Some call it Xperia Z1S but now it seems Xperia Z1S and Sony D5503 are tow different devices as seen from the images.
Sony’s press conference at CES 2014 is scheduled on 6 Jan 2014 and at that time it is expected that Sony may officially launch Xperia Z1S ( Facelift version of Xperia Z1 ) and Sony D5503 ( aka Xperia Z1 Mini, global version ), in the midst of it just now alleged AnTuTu benchmark scores of both devices have been leaked somehow.
Sony D5503 / Xperia Z1 Mini scores 34193 Points on AnTuTu Benchmark
34193 Points benchmark of Sony D5503 / Xperia Z1 Mini clearly shows that device is a powerhouse, most probably with specification as what Xperia Z1 F SO-02F features; Snapdragon 800 SoC.
Xperia Z1S ( Facelift of Xperia Z1 ) scores 35485 Points on AnTuTu Benchmark
Xperia Z1S is expected as a facelift version of Xperia Z1, when seen in leaked images location of ports and headphone jack was different and even phone was much taller than Xperia Z1. It scores 35485 points on AnTuTu benchmark clearly stating Snapdragon 800 SoC and similar specks like Xperia Z1.
Just now we ran AnTuTu Benchmark on our Xperia Z1 C6902, and it scored a whooping 36257 points, so all three devices have their AnTuTu Benchmark points around same range and there is not point of saying that Xperia Z1 lags.
Below AnTuTu benchmark score is of our Xperia Z1 C6902.
Xperia Z1 C6916 ( Speculated as LTE Xperia Z1 US Version ) scores 34256 Points on AnTuTu Benchmark
While going through AnTuTu Benchmark results, we came across a device Xperia C6916, which is speculated as Xperia Z1 LTE US version. Check AnTuTu Benchmark result of Xperia C6916 below.
It seems that now launch of Sony D5503 and Xperia Z1S is not very far, we may see one or both devices getting launched at CES 2014.[ Z1S Benchmark via Digi-Wo ] Thanks Ben 🙂