Sadly, this yields little to no actual new information on the handset itself. It is somewhat interesting to note that Sony appears to be sticking with its usual placement for the FCC ID on a hidden label, next to the SIM slot. If, however, the document does indeed describe the Xperia XA2 or XA (2017), it makes an unveiling at MWC 2017 a lot more plausible.
As for device specs, we already have leaked images, renders and videos to work with. Allegedly, the XA2 will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P20 chipset coupled to 4GB of RAM. On the back it will have a2 3MP f/2.0 camera, on the front a 16MP f/2.2 one. Other suggested specs include a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack and Android 7.0 Nougat. Rumors put the price at about CNY 2,200 ($320/€300).
Yes, I expected a lot more from Sony, Style and Innovation where once words used to describe the company, like I said I am very attached to the Brand, but they have to live up to their once great reputation, and even if is is only on their flagships,...
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I wouldn't risk it especially over a pricey Sony phone it's just not worth breaking the warranty for. Plus I'm sure they'll know just by the model/product number or whatever which differ by region of sale.