The Xperia C5 Ultra is the latest smartphone rumored for launch from Sony in the near future, and it may have two of the most desirable features around at the moment -- an almost bezel-less screen, and a super special selfie camera. Here's everything we think we know about the phone so far.

Previously leaked under the codename Lavender, the phone has since broken cover as the Xperia C5 Ultra, after what could be a user manual for the phone was published online. The user guide shows a render of the phone, and reveals some of its possible specifications.

The images show a Sony device with a very similar design to phones such as the Xperia Z3+, and the Xperia C4 -- to which the C5 Ultra could be related. The screen appears to stretch from one side to the other, and a graphic overlaying the picture indicates the entire space will be usable.

Above the screen, a large camera lens sits next to what could be an LED flash. There's no word on the front camera resolution, although if the C5 Ultra is anything like the C4, then it will have 5 megapixels. The C4 also has an LED flash on the front panel. The bezel-free screen may measure 5.5-inches or larger, and have a 1080p resolution, which is identical to the C4.

Further possible specs included in the user guide include 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, and a MicroSD card slot. In previous leaks, the possibility of a MediaTek octa-core processor and a 13-megapixel rear camera have also been suggested. Android 5.0 Lollipop is expected to be the operating system.

The Xperia C5 Ultra isn't official yet, and all of the rumored information may not end up being accurate, plus there's no way to know for sure the leaked manual is genuine. So far, there have been no leaks regarding when or if the C5 Ultra will make its debut, but we'll keep you updated here with all further news.