Everybody likes using compact smartphones. Though they were the craze until a few years ago, the size of the smartphone models seemed to have increased suddenly. Even today, there are a lot of people who prefer small and compact models. Sony seems to have realized this and have launched a new model called Xperia Ace, which will have a 5-inch display. The company spokesman has said that the model will provide high performance despite being small in size. The phone is expected to give a tough run in terms of quality to its competitors.
Sony Xperia Ace has an excellent display and features a Triluminous display. The Triluminous display will bring out the colors in a vivid and excellent way. The image quality and sharpness will be high in this model. Apart from being a full HD display, the screen has a resolution of 1,080 x 2,160 pixels. With most phones trying to reduce the bezel space, Sony seems to have done the opposite. Xperia Ace boasts of thick bezels on all sides of the screen.
One of the defining features of this model seems o be the fact it will be water resistant. The phone is dust resistant and has an official rating of IP68, which means that it can withstand being submerged in 1.5m of water for about 30 minutes without incurring any damage.
Unlike the other models which focus on increasing the megapixels for the camera, this model seems to have realized the importance of improving the camera performance by using a variety of other factors. The back camera will be a 12 megapixel one with an aperture lens. The front camera will be an 8-megapixel one and will have a wide angle lens.
The camera will also feature a hybrid image stabilization setup to help capture sharper images. The phone has an octa-core chipset and a RAM capacity of 4GB. The phone runs on Android 9 based pie operating system. The internal storage is 64GB. The phone also features a fingerprint sensor.
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