Sony has launched its latest mid-range series smartphones back in February this year. The company has unveiled its Xperia 10 series at MWC 2019. The Xperia 10 series phones — the Xperia 10 and the Xperia 10 Plus has featured the company’s new 21:9 displays, which is the first in this segment. Well, it appears Sony is set to launch the likely successors of the Xperia 10 device — the Xperia 20. Early this May, there were the first CAD renders of the Xperia 20 smartphone, and now a new report has revealed what to expect from the upcoming mid-range Xperia 20 smartphone.
According to the new Chinese report, the Xperia 20 is said to be featuring a 6.0-inch LCD display carrying forward the 21:9 displays developed by Sony, slightly similar to the predecessor. Under the hood, suggesting the earlier reports, the Sony Xperia 20 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC followed by 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB of onboard storage. The predecessor packed in a Snapdragon 630 SoC.
As for the cameras, the Xperia 20 is said to be coming with dual rear cameras comprising 12MP cameras sensors each; however, the report doesn’t reveal the resolution front camera sensor. To recall, the previous iteration also featured dual rear cameras (13MP+5MP), and on the front, it featured an 8MP selfie shooter.
Apart from these leaked specs, there isn’t any information about the launch of this new mid-range device from the company yet. And, also it still unclear on whether there’s an Xperia 20 Plus in the line up as well since Xperia 10 and 10 Plus were launched simultaneously back in February this year. We can expect the upcoming Xperia 20 sometime in the second half of this year, which has just begun. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.