Although Sony enjoys great prestige in Europe with many of its products, in the mobile sector it is less and less active, launching a few models per year which, while offering good quality, do not stand out. always as they should.
However, for those looking for a mobile with a unique design and easy to handle, the Sony line follows a unique design which, at times, sins in continuity. The famous OnLeaks leaker has posted pictures of the upcoming Sony mid-range, a terminal without much changes.
Sony Xperia 10 III appears in pictures with almost no change
If you have the Sony Xperia 10 II in mind, you will probably think that the images we publish relate to said mobile. A few generations ago, Sony completely changed its design line and it looks like this year it will follow the same style.
We have a 6 inch screen, but it’s still a very compact mobile with an aspect ratio of 21: 9 (the narrower the aspect ratio, the smaller a screen with the same number of inches, question trigonometry). Its measurements are said to be 154.4 x 68.4 x 8.3mm, narrower than the Pixel 4A, albeit a centimeter taller.
The design maintains the same proportion of the screen in the front, with no notches or holes for the screen. The frames are more visible than in the rest of competing mobiles, but that makes up for it with a dual front speaker. It would also keep the headphone jack, a very important aspect for Sony.
The only visually noticeable change is on the right side. In addition to the volume buttons and the fingerprint reader on the power button, the Xperia 10 III includes a dedicated physical camera button, a button already known in Sony phones that for some reason was not from the previous generation.
One of our concerns with the third generation Xperia 10 is the update support. When we learned of Sony’s plans to update to Android 11, we were disappointed that only the Xperia 10 II was updated in the mid-range, which made us think the Xperia 10 III would arrive with Android 11. , it would receive an update to Android 12 and there we would see
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