17 February 2019
The Japanese giant Sony is all set to announce new phones at the MWC event. The company recently rolled out invites for an event on February 25th. At the event, the company is expected to announce flagship Xperia XZ4, mid-range Xperia XA3 series, and entry-level L3. Recently Xperia XA3 renders appear online which suggest 21:9 display and dual rear cameras.
Today the Xperia XA3 first hands-on video leaked online which reconfirms the device has indeed taller aspect ratio than current gen Sony phones. The leaked hands-on video showcases the XA3 design in full glory.
The video confirms the Xperia XA3 has significant bezel at the top of the display whereas the bottom bezel is almost none. Usually, the bezel-less phones have a thick bottom bezel and ultra-thin top bezel but it seems like Sony wants to adopt a new design trend. The top bezel features earpiece, selfie snapper, and other front-facing sensors.
On the rear side, you will get dual sensors aligned horizontally in the center. The device lacks fingerprint scanner on the rear which means it is embedded under the physical button the edge. As OS the device is running on the Android Pie 9.0
The good thing is Sony fans don't have to wait longer as the Xperia XA3 is expected to go official in less than two weeks at MWC 2019. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated