Sony announced their new mid range phone today, it’s called the Xperia XA Ultra. This phone is centred around is camera’s and is a selfie takers dream. The main rear camera is a whopping 21.5 mega-pixels, that’s around the same as many semi pro DSLR’s. Its party piece is its front facing selfie camera, this camera has an impressive 16 megapixel low light sensor with a dedicated flash and optical image stabilisation. On paper this phone should take some pretty awesome pictures all round.
The screen is a 6 incher with an edge to edge design. Image quality is Full HD at 1080p resolution. Inside, power comes from a mid range MediaTek octa-core processor with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of built in storage. The storage is expandable up to 200GB via a microSD slot. The battery has quick charge ability giving you 5.5 hours of charge in only 10 mins, Sony say it should last about 2 days from full charge. The XA Ultra is not waterproof and doesn’t include a USB-C charge port like its more premium siblings.
The Xperia XA Ultra will be available in Graphite Black, White, and Lime Gold from July this year.