Sony is taking a shot at when it comes to Xperia XA, XA Ultra, and L — which might be released when one week from now, with the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. They could also make a big appearance at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, in February.
At present, more points of interest about the two new XA models are here and they talk about a lineup entering its third iteration.
So what are the features?
The greatest change of these gadgets is their progress, from Mediatek on-chip systems to Qualcomm Snapdragon 630s, with its 2.2GHz octa centre. What’s more, though the Xperia XA1 has a 5.0-inch, 720×1280 screen, the 5.2-inch XA2 device seems to have a similar full HD, 1080×1920 resolution as the bigger 6.0-inch XA2 Ultra device.
The memory setups of these 2 devices ought to stay static, too, with 4GB/64GB RAM for XA2 Ultra and 3GB/32GB RAM for XA2. In particular, the XA2 is recorded with a 21MP, 4K rear camera and 7MP on the front. The XA2 Ultra has a similar rear camera design, in addition to the dual camera worth of 15MP, which are likewise fit for 4K videos.
We don’t know much about the entry-level of the Xperia L2, but it seems that it will keep up its ancestor’s 5.2-inch display, with 720 pixels. There’s a high chance this one will come with Android Nougat
The designed language on each of the three models intently reflects the current Xperia structure. We’re not sure if this is a good idea, yet a few leaks and rumours on the internet offer some expectation that Sony is additionally getting ready for handsets with higher ends with somewhat diminished bezels.