Sony's mobile division may be bringing the rest of the company down, but that hasn't stopped the company from working on new phones just yet. Thanks to 9to5Google, we're getting a look at the forthcoming Xperia C5 Ultra and M5, the latest in Sony's lineup. These leaks apparently came from the site Mail.ru, which appeared to inadvertently post a review of the devices early — but 9to5Google managed to grab the photos and info before it was all taken down.
The Xperia C5 Ultra appears to be a successor to the Xperia C4; it looks like the C5 will boast a bigger screen (6 inches, up from the 5.5-inch C4) and a front-facing camera that sports a super high resolution of 13 megapixels. It'll also have a flash, making this a phone clearly aimed at selfie fanatics. One feature that should appeal to anyone buying it is the super-thin bezel — we've seen a lot of phones that have been pretty much all screen on the front, and the C5 is right there with the rest.
The Xperia M5 is a smaller-screened device, coming in at a more reasonable 5 inches with a 1080p display. Otherwise, it sounds quite similar to the Xperia Z4 (and its Verizon-branded variant the Z4v, though it features a higher-resolution 21.5-megapixel camera. It also has a 13-megapixel front facing camera, like the C5. These details are far from confirmed yet, but you won't have to wait long to officially find out — Sony is believed to be introducing both of these phones next Monday, August 3rd. While these phones sound like perfectly okay options, it's hard to imagine they'll make much of a dent in Sony's struggling mobile business.