Sony is providing stiff competition to fellow rivals Samsung and Apple. They have been in this industry for many years now, and still they provide smartphones that enthusiasts and fans dream of. We will now look into Sony's new Xperia XA Ultra.
Body and Display
The Xperia XA Ultra has pretty much the same design language as its predecessors. Still, fans cannot get enough of its minimalistic and premium look. It's thin, light and gives a magnificent shine from its bezels. One glance, and you won't be able to turn your eyes away.
It houses a 6Ó Full HD IPS display, reproducing crystal-clear colors, and unprecedented sharpness. It has 367 PPI density, and a scratch-resistant screen which is particularly odd as most phones today come with Corning Gorilla Glass for protection.
The Xperia XA Ultra has a 21.5 MP back camera and a whopping 16 MP front camera. We already know how amazing Sony lenses are. This camera leads in the flagship category. May Sony's camera reign supreme forever!
Hardware and Software
It has 16GB of internal storage, and it comes with a microSD card slot expandable up to a towering 256GB. You canÕt complain about storage shortage, can you? It has an Octa-Core 2GHz processor, and 3GB of RAM. The Xperia XA Ultra comes with 2700mAh allowing it to run the whole day without a hiccup. Hardware-wise, it is completely sound.
It runs on stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It comes with the usual launcher most of its predecessors include. No bloatware whatsoever. It comes with all your basic apps. I would like to praise their camera app. It is designed thoughtfully for both professionals, and everyday camera users alike. There is a wide range of customization. Other than that, it doesnÕt come with any nifty gestures or something tangible in terms of customization like the OnePlus 3.