Sony’s new Xperia XA3 Ultra is expected to go official during CES 2019. And with less than two weeks to go until the event, a whole new set of info has surfaced for the midrange smartphone.
According to the source, the Sony Xperia XA3 Ultra will cost €519 in the European Countries, this can be converted into $519 and represents a huge jump from the $514 of its predecessor. Perhaps the price hike will be justified by the bump in the specifications of the new model.
In counterpart to the Snapdragon 630 used in its predecessor, the Xperia XA3 is likely to debut with a Snapdragon 660 or even with a Snapdragon 670, since it is already available. Both chipsets are way more powerful than the SD630 while also energy-efficient. The processing power should come along with 6GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie straight out of the box.
The device is expected to feature a taller 6.5-inch notchless display with 18:5:9 aspect ratio. The build will be based in aluminum, which will be accompanied by significantly different rear design. The new handset is set to be sold in Black, Silver and Gold colors. Sales should open in February alongside the release of the Xperia XA3, and Xperia L3, both will also be available in Europe