Sony Xperia XA successor leaks in more renders?
Smartphone business doesn't mean just high-tier products for Sony Mobile. The Japanese company has a pretty solid mid-range Xperia lineup as well, and new ones are expected to be unveiled as early as February.
Although Sony Mobile was present at CES trade fair early this month, it did not introduce any new smartphones. It looks like the handset maker is saving all the announcements for MWC 2017, which is set to take place in late February.
One of the phones that could be unveiled next month is the Xperia XA's successor. This isn't the first time we hear about the phone, as some of you probably read our previous report that mentioned the first leaked render of the device.
Today, a new set of renders of the alleged Xperia XA successor leaked, but this time there are a couple of things pretty visible such as the USB Type-C port, 3.5mm audio jack, and the popular strap hole, which makes a comeback.
Design-wise little has changed, as the phone shown in these images feature the same “unified design concept” introduced last year at Mobile World Congress.
Unfortunately, we can't tell for sure whether or not this is indeed the Xperia XA successor, but it does look like a new Xperia smartphone that hasn't been announced yet.