Leaked renders of Sony Xperia L2 shows color options

Leaked renders of Sony Xperia L2 shows color options

At least not yet, with a recently leaked batch of Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra and L2 live pics and factory CAD-based renders hinting at largely familiar designs, further confirmed today by none other than Evan Blass. From the pictures below, it's painfully obvious that Sony considers the XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2 previous generation devices. However, it has been reported that Sony plans to announce these phones at CES later this month.

There's speculation that Sony will introduce these new smartphones at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show up next week, or decide to hold it off until the MWC 2018 in February. Additionally, Sony has always been critised for not upgrading the design of their phones, and the company may follow the same with its upcoming flagships as well. Going by the timing, it is possible that all three smartphones - Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and Xperia L2 will be officially unveiled by Sony at its CES 2018 press conference. The Ultra model should come with a dual 15 MP front-facing camera (with 4K video) and a 21 MP rear camera, while the regular XA2 will have the same rear camera, but only a single 7 MP shooter on the front. Their specs have been leaked via GFXBench benchmark tests (XA2, XA2 Ultra), which confirm a move from MediaTek processors to Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 chips, putting them firmly in mid-range phone territory.

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Compared to the Xperia XA2, the XA2 Ultra will be much bigger in size.

Meanwhile, the 6.0-inch XA2 Ultra is keeping its full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and the same memory and storage as the XA Ultra - 4GB of RAM and 64GB SSD. When it comes to imaging, the XA2 will have a 21MP rear camera and a 7MP selfie camera. That's an upgrade from the Sony Xperia XA1's 5-inch 720p display.

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Coming to the third phone - which is the Xperia L2 - Sony may not include Oreo - instead, the phone may come with Android Nougat.

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