A few weeks ago, GFXBench featured two Sony handsets with model numbers “F3216” and “F3311”. Surprisingly, the F3216 turns out to be Sony Xperia XA Ultra but the Sony F3311 has not been officially declared yet.
However, the latest leak from Russia claims that the Sony F3311 is the Sony Xperia E5. Generally, Sony’s E lineup comprises budget-friendly devices or entry-level handsets.
According to rumors, the 4.6-inch Sony Xperia E5 would sport a 720p screen resolution and would be powered by MediaTek’s MT6735 chipset paired with 1.5GB of RAM, as reported by GSM Arena.
As for internal memory, the Xperia E5 is expected to have 16GB of built-in storage space, but whether the device will offer expandable storage support is not known.
Meanwhile, the Japanese company launched the Sony Xperia XA Ultra, and reports note that the device just costs 298.98 pounds in the UK. This price tag translates to $603 as per today’s exchange rate. Unlocked Mobiles takes pre-orders for the handsets in the UK.
Sony released the Xperia XA Ultra in three different variants, with colors such as Lime Gold, White and Black. If reports are to be believed, customers can expect the Sony’s handset shipment by June 27, as per the Unlocked Mobiles.
GSM Arena reported that the Xperia XA Ultra will make its way to Canada this summer. However, no official confirmation is made to determine worldwide release date or price at this point.
The device sports a 6-inch display offering full HD resolution. It is powered by a Mediatek Helio P10 chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM. Xperia XA Ultra would run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and would have 16MP rear camera.
CNET claims that the Xperia device could have a super-wide angle feature in the front camera, which has been designed to produce bright selfies in all conditions. This means it would not result in blurry images.