Leaked images of Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra with dual selfie cameras show up online

Published on January 3, 2018

In a recent turn of events, alleged leaked pictures showcasing Sony’s highly-speculated Xperia XA2 Ultra smartphone in its full-glory show up online. The images, as reported by India Today, showcase the smartphone as carrying a dual front camera set-up.

Leaked images of Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra

As per previous speculations, Sony’s upcoming Xperia XA2 Ultra smartphone is expected to fall into the mid-range category of phablet devices. Sony is rumored to be preparing to unveil the device at the official MWC, 2018 event scheduled to take place in Barcelona. The smartphone will serve as the successor to last year’s Xperia XA1 Ultra smartphone.

This isn’t the first time that Sony’s alleged Xperia XA2 Ultra has shown up online. Recently, the handset surfaced on SIRIM’s official certification website. On the basis of the listing provided on the website, it appeared like the device – which bore model number H4233 – packed Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor.

Previously, it was assumed that the smartphone will be powered by a Mediatek processor. The freshly-shared images reveal that the yet-to-be-announced Sony XA2 Ultra smartphone packs up a couple of noticeable design changes. As mentioned previously, the handset packs a dual selfie camera setup. The camera system on the rear panel seems to carry single sensors. The fingerprint scanning feature is also located on the backside of the handset.

As can be recalled, the smartphone was also posted on benchmarking website, GFX Bench. The listing on the website revealed that the smartphone will be carrying the Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, clocked at the speed of 2.2GHz along with Adreno 508 GPU. This is the most common combination to be found in most mid-range smartphones in the market at the moment. The handset will be running on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo right out of the box. The price factor has not been discussed as of yet.



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