Sony Xperia 10 II hits Taiwan, gets two new colors

Yordan, 05 May 2020

Sony announced the Xperia 10 II in February, and today Taiwan becomes market number one to see the device in flesh. Initially announced in Black and White, Sony has also introduced the phone in Mint Green and Berry Blue in the Asian country. The price is NT$11,490 or about $385/€355.

Sony Xperia 10 II hits Taiwan in two new colors

The Xperia 10 II comes with a tall 6” screen with 21:9 ratio for ultimate social media browsing or movie experience, depending which way you’re holding the phone. It runs on Snapdragon 665 and has only one memory configuration - 4GB RAM and 128GB storage, which is expandable.

The Mark Two version of the Xperia midranger comes with three cameras - a 12MP main unit, an 8MP telephoto snapper with 2x optical zoom and an 8MP ultrawide cam.

To enhance on the fact that the Xperia 10 II is waterproof, the Taiwanese division of Sony premiered the phone at an open pool, stating that “fans will celebrate the arrival of the hot summer” with a purchase of a smartphone.

Sony Xperia 10 II hits Taiwan in two new colors

The phone was expected to arrive in the United Kingdom for £320, but Clove has retracted the price in the past month - right now the listing only has the Black or White colors and no additional info.

Source (in Chinese)


Reader comments

  • Anonymous

I can't hate sony... they made the first smartphone I ever had back in 2012 (xperia sola btw) and my upcoming PS5... It kinda feels sad to see their mobile division in such a state. It feels like having the absolute best ingredients for a dish like c...

Okeish As long as you dont buy any other Sony, Samsung, LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, Nokia, Oppo or Vivo overpriced new midranger.... your decision going for last year Sony, Samsung, LG, OP, Huawei, Xiaomi, Nokia, Oppo or Vivo flagship is a better buy.......

  • Anonymous

5 year old iphone (that is iphone 7 btw) won't perform better than 665, let alone 855. I'd rather have a future proof device.... 665 is a rebranded 660 made on smaller process node, comparing it with 855 is utter nonsense, plus flagships will have be...

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