Sony Xperia XA successor rendered: Type-C port, slim bezels
Already quite the looker, the Xperia XA may be in for a successor to bring its design up to date with the latest Xperia XZ flagship. This alleged new model, with a name yet to be determined, has gotten some unofficial renders, complete with precise dimensions.
If the source turns out to be on the money, the future 5-incher will keep this year's model's tight side bezels - measuring 145 x 66.8 x 7.99mm, it's precisely as wide as the current XA. It may have gotten a millimeter and a half taller, and 0.1mm thicker but who's going to notice.
Another sign Sony is keeping up with the times even in the midrange is the UST Type-C port - that would make it the third phone by the company to employ the symmetrical port after the Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact. It's good to see a 3.5mm jack in the renders as well, but there's no fingerprint sensor to be found.
As for looks, this potential next XA gets the flat top and bottom plates of the XZ, and the gentle curves on the sides of the back. Whether this will be its final form remains to be seen.
Don't know what advantage you are talking about here China phones has over Sony. Fit well with waterproof packing or some other hidden magic?
- 18 Jan 2017
Small ram gb doesn't mean that phone is lagging...iphone 6 with 1gb ram is not lagging.... Because the iphone have fast processer.. ..so the phone that have the fastest processer will never lagging even with small gb ram
- 22 Dec 2016
I said Sony "NEEDS" to.
- 20 Dec 2016