The Sony Xperia C3, touted to be the first “selfie phone” from Sony (never mind the fact that just about any other smartphone out there has a front-facing camera that lets you capture selfies with impunity, although credit must be given to the Xperia C3 for its 5MP front facing shooter), might soon have a sibling to join it on the shelves. What you see on the right looks like a prototype device, and it certainly is reminiscent of a perfume bottle, and obviously it is a female figure adoring herself before snapping a selfie. Right after the jump, you will also find more samples in the photo gallery that point to how this is one smartphone that guys would most probably avoid purchasing.
This new model is certainly odd in design, and does not look as though it will arrive with any buttons whatsoever. There is also an extremely thin bezel, while a rotating camera is located at the top of the handset. This particular camera seems as though it will swivel at a 260 degree angle, where it will transform from a back-facing camera to a front-facing one.
As for the leaked hardware specifications, this unnamed device points to a 19.2MP camera with a 1/2.3 inch Exmor RS sensor, using a Sony G lens and OIS to get the job done.