Sony made big waves at this year's CES 2013 conference, thanks in part to the unveiling of the impressive-looking Sony Xperia Z smartphone. While we're still waiting for pricing and the March 1st release of that 5-inch, 1080p handset, it looks like we may already have the first snippets of information on its successor.
The belief that the C6802 could be an Xperia Z sequel arises from its codename. Sony class the Xperia Z as a C660x series handset. The numeric jump here to a C680x codename convention suggests the handset could be a successor.
The listing shows an Android Jelly Bean 4.2 device with a display running at 1920x1080 resolution. There's little else to go on so far, and there remains the strong possibility that the results have been faked.
Still, the warm reception given to the Xperia Z ahead of release would likely see Sony lining up a whole family of Xperia Z handsets. It's quite possible that while the C6802 may not be a new flagship from Sony, it could prove to be a cheaper variant, perhaps slightly smaller than the 5-inch size of Xperia Z.
A rumour very much in its infancy, we'll keep you posted with any fresh details on the potential Xperia Z sequel as we hear them.