Braking with custom however in keeping with current reports, Sony could not wait on next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to reveal its very first smart devices of 2018, timing the statements of the mid-range Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and Xperia L2 to accompany the Customer Electronic Devices Program in Las Vegas.

Certainly following in the steps of the MWC 2017- presented XA1 and XA1 Ultra, the XA2/XA2 Ultra duo is billed as “borderless”, although both the brand-new 5.2 and 6-inch designs go for standard 16:9 Complete HD screens with fairly large leading and bottom borders.

It holds true, their side bezels are almost invisible, and the finger print sensing units are relocated to the back, which certifies as a substantial style modification, specifically if that suggests United States consumers can lastly utilize them.

Sadly, Sony is yet to validate that specific “upgrade”, and we understand absolutely nothing about the main price of any of the 3 Android handhelds introduced today. The humbler Xperia L2 will be the very first to see industrial daytime, in “choose markets”, at some point in “late” January 2018, followed by the XA2 and XA2 Ultra, likewise due out in undefined “choose markets” in February.

Aside from the apparent display screen size benefit, the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra stands out from its little bro with a double selfie video camera setup. You get 16 and 8MP front-facing shooters on the 6-incher, compared with a single wide-angle 8MP lens for the “routine” XA2.

On the other hand, the 2 share a decent Snapdragon 630 processor, really capable 23 MP rear camera and contemporary Android 8.0 Oreo software application, naturally varying in the battery capability department, with 3,300 and 3,580 mAh respectively.

When It Comes To the 5.5-inch HD Xperia L2, its “extensive” screen is highlighted as an essential selling point, even with middling resolution and thicker bezels, along with a good 3,300 mAh battery, 13 MP f/2.0 rear-facing video camera, very wide-angle 8MP selfie snapper, and “single-touch” finger print acknowledgment. Let’s hope the cost point is low enough to validate filling this thing with Android 7.1.1 Nougat out package.

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