Some people occasionally use their smartphones for photography. Others use it for that extensively. If you’re among the latter, then you need a phone with serious camera chops. That’s exactly what the Sony Xperia XA Ultra brings your way.
Want high megapixels? This thing brings it, with a 21.5 megapixel sensor in the rear and a 16 megapixel selfie cam out front. For reference, the current Samsung and iPhone flagships sport 12 and 5 megapixels in the rear and front, respectively, so this adds a whole lot of detail to your smartphone photography exploits.
Both of the Sony Xperia XA Ultra’s cameras also boast powerful low-light performance, autofocus, and flash (yes, even the front camera has one), complete with optical image stabilization, gesture shutter support, and a wide angle lens for the front camera, ensuring you can take the best selfies of your life. Aside from its stellar cameras, the phone comes with an equally impressive edge-to-edge curved 6-inch full HD screen, along with a 64-bit octa-core Media-Tek processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and microSD card expansion up to 200GB.
All the usual connectivity options are onboard (including NFC and Google Cast), along with a quick-charging battery that, Sony claims, can stretch a single charge for up to two days of normal use. It comes in three colors – white, black, and lime gold.
No word yet on pricing or release date for the Sony Xperia XA Ultra, but you can learn more from the link below.