When it comes to smartphone devices, Sony comes up with some new ideas with latest technology and innovation in design. This year in mobile world congress at Barcelona, Sony has launched their two new upcoming devices renowned as Sony XA1 and Sony XA1 Ultra. These phones have been released as a successors to the previous Xperia XA devices, which were first launched in 2016. We have gather some information about the features and specifications of these devices shown at MWC. Those are shown below.
A P20 octa-core processor supported by the 3 GB of Ram and 32 GB of onsite storage is installed in Sony XA1. Users can expand the storage up to 256 GB with the help of a micro SD card. This smartphone will be equipped with the 2300 mAH battery. Sony XA1 will have a 23 megapixel rear camera with 8MP front shooter. An estimated price of this devices will be $ 299.99 & it will be launched around first week of May 2017 in US markets. Android nougat 7.0 will be installed in it. Sony XA1 will be available in White, Black, Pink and Gold colors.
Sony XA1 Ultra:
Sony XA1 Ultra have the same processor (P20 octa-core) but offers 4GB of Ram. This device will come with two different verticals (32 GB & 64 GB of storage), which could be extended upto 256 GB of space via using SD card slot. This device will have 2700 mAH battery, which is larger than Sony XA1. Ultra module have more enhanced 16MP front camera with features like Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), front-facing LED flash and an ISO 6400 sensor for low-light images. This devices will have 23 MP rear camera. Sony XA1 Ultra will be available in markets by late spring 2017. We haven’t yet confirmed about the price of this device.
XA1 and XA1 ultra devices will have some similar connectivity features including LTE (4G), LTE Cat6/4, GSM GPRS/EDGE (2G) and UMTS HSPA+ (3G). Both devices are enriched with heavy loaded innovative features, which have the capability to fulfill the needs of smartphone users across the globe.
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