Sony Xperia X Ultra will get a screen with an aspect ratio of 21:9
Earlier this year, LG and Samsung introduced flagship smartphone, dubbed the extended screens with non-standard aspect ratio 18:9 and 18.5:9, respectively. Due to the reduction of the width of the framework the dimensions of these smartphones is comparable with models that are characterized by smaller diagonal screens. Director of marketing for Sony’s don Mesa saidthat in the near future the company plans to use screens with aspect ratio of 18:9 for a number of reasons, but it seems that Sony reversed their decision. In the network appeared the image of the yet to be announced Xperia X Ultra with the aspect ratio of the display 21:9.
Reportedly, Sony Xperia X Ultra will get a screen with a diagonal of 6.45 inches. For rendering, you can see an updated user interface with round icons. Top and bottom from the screen are stereo speakers, so the smartphone must be suitable for comfortable viewing of films made in the ultrawide format. The Xperia X Ultra will be a fingerprint scanner built into the power button and a separate button for the shutter of the camera. It is also reported on the protection standard IP68.
According to reports, the Xperia X Ultra will get the OCTA-core Snapdragon processor 660, 4 GB RAM, built-in storage to 64 GB, 13-megapixel front and 19-megapixel main camera, battery capacity of 3 050 mAh battery and support fast charging Quick Charge 3.0.
About the value, or the date of the announcement of the Sony Xperia X Ultra have not been announced yet.
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