Sony Just Launched Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra Thin With 23 Megapixel Cameras
Like Sony or Not, the company has launched some very interesting phones in recent months. To add to the list, the company recently unveiled 3 new phones in its Android lineup.
While none of the phones follow the 18:9 screen trend started by the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, all of the phones have an edge to edge display had a very impressive build quality. On the two phones, the XA2 Ultra has a bigger 6″ display with an FHD display resolution, the smaller XA2 has same display resolution but the screen size has been taken down to 5.2″.
One of the interesting features of the phones are probably in the optics department, both phones have 23 megapixel rear cameras that can record at 4K and 120 fps slow motion. Features differ on the front cameras though, the XA2 has a single 8-megapixel sensor that can shoot 120-degree wide angle photos whereas the XA2 Ultra has the same sensor and an additional 16-megapixel one that has OIS enabled.
In the specs department, the XA2 Ultra is slightly more powerful having 4GB RAM compared to the 3 GB RAM in the XA2. Both phones run on Snapdragon 630 SoC which is aimed at saving battery. Default storage will be 32 GB for both phones, but the XA2 Ultra will also come in a 64 GB storage variant.
Also, both phones will come with Android Oero running out of the box, which is the most recent version of Android and both phones charge using a USB Type C port and probably important to some users will be the presence of a 3.5 mm audio jack.
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