Sony Mobile has a new phone lineup coming to stores in Q3, and one of the new devices is the Xperia XA3. The unannounced smartphone was spotted last week in Europe
with model number Sony H4413, but with no details about its specs in tow.
Recently, a Sony smartphone with the same model number was certified by TENAA, the Chinese regulatory agency, which suggests the that Xperia XA3 will be a global phone. Well, it will most likely not be available for purchase at any U.S. carrier, but you'll probably be able to pick one up from Amazon or other authorized retailers in the country.
Unfortunately, the listing doesn't offer details about the phone aside from the fact that it supports LTE and that it comes with Android on board. Expecting Sony to include Android P instead of Oreo would be a bit unrealistic. There's a very low chance that such a mid-range smartphone could be among the first to run Android P
out of the box, so don't get your hopes too high.
The important thing is Sony has decided that the Xperia XA
series is worth keeping around for at least one more year, so we can't wait to find more about the Japanese company's upcoming products on August 30