Does Sony have a definite plan to split the launch of the next lot of smartphones between the CES 2019 and MWC 2019?
It now appears as though the Sony Xperia XA3, XA3 Ultra and the Sony Xperia L3 may all be unveiled at the CES 2019, starting next Monday. The MWC 2019 in February may be used to launch the XZ4 and XZ4 compact. These are expected to be the flagships and reserved for the Mobile World Congress.
Many Phones Have Passed the FCC in the US
Top phone makers aim at launching their phones in the US market. They receive a sound feedback from this matured market and helps them do any fine-tuning required for the other geographies. To that extent, Sony has got its smartphone models, Xperia XA3, XA3 Ultra, and L3 cleared through the FCC in the US. This may mean these are the devices you can expect to be out immediately.
Sony Xperia L3 Specs
Through these certification sites, some definite clues on the specifications of these devices have been obtained. The Sony Xperia L3, for example, is expected to have a 5.7 inch display and the screen’s aspect ration is indicated as 18:9. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC will be the processor with a RAM support of 3 GB. The camera section will feature a dual camera setup in the rear panel. The sensors are 13 MP +5 MP in configuration. The front of this Sony Xperia L3 will sport an 8 MP selfie camera. The battery under the hood on this phone will be 3400 mAh.
Sony Xperia XA3 and XA3 Ultra Specs
As for the other two devices being predicted to be showcased and released during the CES 2019, the Sony Xperia XA3 and XA3 Ultra, the details known so far indicate the following: the display on the XA3 model will be 5.9 inches while the XA3 Ultra will come with a large 6.5 inch display. The processor on the XA3 is said to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC, while the other XA3 Ultra may also have the same or a 670 SoC chipset. Both these phones are likely to have 6 GB RAM. The phones may sport a dual camera rear setup as well.
It’s only a matter of days before these details are officially confirmed at the CES 2019.