People were expecting the Sony Xperia ZU to be a fast mobile phone, but recent benchmark figures indicate that it will be more powerful than anyone had predicted.
The 6.3-inch handset is thought to carry a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, but the benchmark figures suggest that it will be the most-powerful device we've seen, hitting an astonishing 32,173 AnTuTu points, according to Esato.
If the figures are real then the device will leave rivals like the Samsung Galaxy S4 in its dust, even when you take into consideration the octa-core version, which hasn't been widely released.
The leaked benchmark figures further support the rumour that the device will sport a 6.44-inch full HD screen, which will be Sony's offering on the phablet market.
It will compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and even some dedicated tablets.
However, it's worth taking note that these benchmark figures can be faked and nothing has been confirmed by the company yet.
Posted by Claire Marshall