Xperia XA Ultra is Sony’s latest phablet, with advanced Selfie tech in it



Sony introduced earlier this morning a new phablet under the Xperia X series dubbed Xperia XA Ultra. The brand new handset is more of a phablet due to its size: 164 x 79 x 8.4mm. The phablet also packs a 6″ Full HD display that’s taking advantage of the Sony Mobile BRAVIA engine 2 and MediaTek’s 64-bit octa-core processor Helio P10.

In addition, the Xperia XA Ultra comes equipped with solid cameras! At the front there is a 16MP sensor with LED Flash and Optical Image Stabilization, which can take great group selfies even in low light, while at the back there is a 21.5MP Exmor RS sensor with hybrid autofocus.


Other specs on the Xperia XA Ultra include a 2,700 mAh battery, that Sony says it will last for up to 2 days of use, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of ROM (internal storage + a microSD card slot for up to extra 200GB) and it runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Xperia XA Ultra will be available in Europe as of July, in Black, White or Lime Gold colors. The price hasn’t been revealed yet by Sony Mobile.