Sony has just unveiled four new smartphones at MWC. Each one of these phones are targeted to a different target market. Apart from the Sony Xperia XZ Premium that we already reported on, the company launched the Sony Xperia XZs, Sony Xperia XA1, and finally the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra.
The XZs comes with a 5.2 inch full HD display of the Triluminous variety. The phone is wrapped in a glass back and front while a metallic frame runs in between to form a water and dust resistant body. Being only one of the few smartphones which sport a whopping 4K display, the XZ Premium once again raises the bar in visual prowess.
The Xperia XA1 Ultra phone comes with a whopping 6 inch screen with full HD resolution and almost no bezels at all, its quite breath-taking. A Mediatek Helio P20 runs the show revealing the midrange nature of the phone. 4 GB RAM will ensure smooth multitasking and a choice of 32GB or 64GB internal space is available, both with expansion slots of up to 256GB.
The Xperia XA1 is the low end of them all and obviously the most affordable. It keeps the price low by going with a 5 inch HD display, 3 GB of RAM, a 32GB storage, 8MP selfie camera with no LED flash and a 2300 mAH battery. Sony decided to bring some features from the XA1 Ultra such as the 23MP camera, the USB-Type C with Pump Express 2.0+ fast charge, the same Mediatek Helio P20 chipset and the Android 7.0 Nougat version. Both the XA1 and the XA1 Ultra have no water resistance nor dust protection.