Sony's Xperia 1 will reportedly replace its flagship XZ smartphone range

Sony's Xperia 1 will reportedly replace its flagship XZ smartphone range

Sony's Xperia 1 will reportedly replace its flagship XZ smartphone range

But now the jig is up, and mere hours after hearing from a rock-solid source that the presumed Xperia XZ4 is ultimately set to be named the Sony Xperia 1, the equally trustworthy folks over at 91mobiles are giving us a treasure trove of unreleased information.

More importantly, it looks like Sony has returned to using a thin and slim design for the Xperia 1.

Sony is holding its MWC 2019 event at 8:30am CET (1pm IST) on Monday, February 25 in Barcelona. All of that to take your Netflix binge-watching sessions to the next level on the move, but also to let you enjoy your 4K HDR video creations recorded in 21:9 format on a device you can fit in your pocket. Now, a new report suggests has provided price, release date, and key specifications of all four phones - the Xperia 1, Xperia 10, Xperia 10 Plus, and Xperia L3.

Moving on to the mid-range Xperia 10, the device will come with 6-inch full HD+ display with an aspect ratio of 21:9.

The Sony Xperia 10 Plus will come with a bigger 6.5-inch 21:9 display with full HD+ resolution and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. The device is priced at CHF 1,099 and will be available in June. Expect to pay $400 for the Xperia 10 and $500 for the 10 Plus when they launch in April. However, it now seems the forthcoming flagship smartphone will sport a much fancier 4K HDR OLED instead. For selfies, the device will feature an 8-MP camera. The Xperia 10 will have a 6-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 630, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, dual rear cameras (12 and 8MP) and a 2,870mAh battery. The Xperia 10 packs a 2,870mAh battery, while the Xperia 10 Plus packs a larger 3,000mAh battery. It is expected to be powered with a 4,400 mAh battery on the back and will feature fast charging technology. The design is seriously outdated, the MediaTek 6762 processor far from ideal, and Android Oreo in 2019 is simply unacceptable. We have no idea why Sony hasn't pulled the update yet, but we hope its engineers will be able to reverse the issue and allow Xperia XA2/XA2 Ultra users to recover their bricked phones. Lastly, the Sony Xperia L3 budget phone will be priced at CHF 199 (roughly Rs. 14,150) and will be available in April as well.

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