Sony plans to announce its next Xperia phone on April 14th – Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony Corporation plans to launch its new Xperia phone model on April 14 this year.

According to The Verge, Sony just announced that the upcoming Xperia event will take place on April 14th (via Droid-Life). A message was received from Xperia's YouTube channel banner stating that a new product announcement will be made at 16:30 Japan Standard Time (3:30 EST) or 12:30 PT (or 13:00 PT). ).

The standard gave no real clue as to what was announced, but there has been some gossip about another model, the Xperia 1 III phone, and one about the arrival of the Xperia Compact, which could potentially pop up in Android's response to the iPhone 12 Mini.

The Verge reports that there have been various rumors suggesting a new form for the Xperia 5 and 10 and leaving the Compact altogether. In any case, almost every rumor indicates that users will see a different part in the leading Xperia 1 series.

Reports suggest the 1 III will have a periscope zoom lens, and Techradar recently released the full specs. Most of the normal from a leading Android phone: Snapdragon 888, 12GB storage, 5G and 4K 120Hz display.

For 4K video capture, the device allows recording at up to 60 frames per second (fps) and 2K recording at up to 120 fps. For selfies, the front camera has a resolution of 8 MP. In addition, the Xperia 1 II also has IP65/68 water resistance.

Rumors also suggest that the new model will have a 5.5-inch display which is only slightly larger than the iPhone Mini's screen.

According to The Verge, both potential phones are said to come with headphone jacks as well.

The launch of the latest device will take place at IFA 2019, the largest consumer technology conference in Europe, similar to the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) in the United States. IFA 2019 will be held September 6-11, but the press has early access.


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