As recently reported, one of these upcoming handsets could be a flagship successor to this year's Xperia XZ Premium. If this happens to be true, the company will be ditching the OmniBalance design language that it started implementing in 2013 in favor of the new trend - full-screen design.
Reportedly, the renders that we're seeing in this article are based on Sony's own design drafts. The Sony is now in news that it will be unveiling a bezel-less smartphone early next year.
The other look has a more classic Sony Xperia design, but in a taller arrangement.
You can see from the renders that it also has a dual-lens camera but that the design is slightly plainer, with what appears to be a metal back and slightly curvier corners, along with similarly small bezels above and below the screen. The upper curved matte part of the device seems to house the two large-sized camera sensors those are separated by the LED flash at the middle. Its front view shows that the major portion is occupied by the display that is surrounded by slim bezels.
The leaked images show two phones with two different design aesthetics but, both with front-firing stereo speakers. A leaked spec sheet of the Sony device with model number H854 suggests that the phone could come with a 5.7-inch 4K HDR display, 3,420mAh battery, 4GB RAM, 64GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, GLONASS, NFC, and a USB Type-C port. Sony is yet to confirm any of these reports. Since Sony launched its recent flagship smartphone with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, the upcoming phones are also expected to run on Android Oreo out of the box. Sony might unveil the two devices at MWC 2018 but, that will mean that the devices will have to make do with the 2017 Snapdragon 835 chipset. Coming to the device on the right, it features a matte finish and one can spot the dual-camera setup at the top-left corner along with LED flash and some sensors.
As far as we're concerned these are just rumours so we'd encourage you to take them with a grain of salt.