While many fans are probably waiting for Sony's 2018 high-end phones (which should include an Xperia XZ2), we're now going to talk about the mid-range Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra, and the lower-end Xperia L2. The side bezels, though, appear much thinner. The top and bottom speakers out front are also visible as are the volume controls plus the power button on the right, Sony may have skipped the fingerprint sensor, which was earlier seen on the power button.
Currently, more details are known about the Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra models.
Besides, the XA2 range also has a dedicated camera key on the right. And both will pack Qualcomm's Snapdragon 630, a transition away from the MediaTek processors in last year's mid-range Xperia phones.
The Sony Xperia L2 may be powered by a Snapdragon 630 processor, too, though its screen is expected to be a 5.2-inch one with just 720 x 1280 pixels.
Xperia XA2 is further expected to include a 21-megapixel sensor at the rear camera - which will be capable of capturing 4K videos, while on the front, the phone may include a mediocre 8-megapixel camera. The biggest sibling of the two, XA2 Ultra, will offer 4GB RAM paired with 64GB of internal storage. The Xperia XA2 also gets refreshed imaging components with 21MP, 4K-capable rear camera and 7MP selfie shooter. It has 3GB of RAM and 32GB SSD and runs Android Oreo. Both handsets should sport 1080p screens in different sizes: 5.2 inches on the Xperia XA2, and 6 inches on the Xperia XA2 Ultra. However, it will maintain its predecessor's 5.2-inch, 720p display size, and resolution and likely come with the older Android Nougat when it ships. The smartphone manufacturer may launch the phones - all the three together - either at CES - which is to take place next week or at MWC in Feb. Note that the company is yet to officially confirm the launch date of these devices.