Sony has recently unveiled three new smartphones under the new Xperia X series and one of them is the Sony Xperia XA. While the beautiful and almost bezelless design might fool you into thinking that it’s quite an expensive phone, it’s a mid-range phone. The pricing details is still a mystery but the Sony Xperia XA Dubai price is expected to be around 1600 to AED 2000 . To learn more about the smartphone including the Sony Xperia XA release date UAE, keep reading.
While there are no major changes in the screen size of these three newly released phones, there are changes in the design and resolution. The 5.0-inch shows 720p resolution instead of full HD but it’s the edge-to-edge display that makes it look different from the others. It’s quite a luxurious looking phone considering the Sony Xperia XA Dubai price. A 2300mAh Li-Ion battery is there to power up the phone but it’s non-removable. For those who are looking for cheaper options, there is the OnePlus 2 and Motorola Moto X Play that you can check out.
Although the Xperia XA is quite appealing visually, the camera department is slightly disappointing and offers a 13-megapixel rear camera unlike the other two smartphones. The front camera is an 8-megapixel one which is good for selfie lovers. Under the hood, you get an octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz, 2GB of RAM, 16GB built-in storage, microSD card slot and Android OS 6.0.1 operating system. If you are interested to try a Windows phone, there is the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL that you can check out.
At this point, the availability details has not been officially announced yet. However, it’s expected to be available sometimes in March or April, 2016.
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