However, that doesn't make these discoveries any less exciting and the same goes for the Sony 24UJ95LH34QX77B1, recently spotted in the GFXBench database. The model bears quite a lot of similarity to the Xperia X Performance. It uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and also has 3GB of RAM, making it a close sibling to the current Sony flagship. Its display also has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, but, oddly enough, its size is listed as 5.1-inches, instead of the 5.0-inches on the X Performance.
Bear in mind that GFXBench specs reading are taken from the handset's internal variables and are therefore prone to some errors, which might account for the small 0.1-inch difference. However, there are a few other more distinct differences between the two devices as well. For example, the camera setup on the unidentified handset consists of a 21MP main shooter and a 12MP selfie one, in place of the 23MP, plus 13MP combo on the Xperia X Performance.
All things considered, we might be looking at an entirely new device, however, there is also the distinct possibility that this is a small modification on the Xperia X Performance that is yet tot enter the lineup or perhaps even a regional modification.