Sony unveiled the mid-range Xperia 10 at MWC this February alongside the Xperia 1 flagship. Like that high-end model, the Xperia 10 also has a supertall screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio, making for a pretty unique look (especially when you add in Sony's blocky design language).
While you may not watch a lot of 21:9 video content on your smartphone, this aspect ratio may also make you scroll less inside any apps that rely on that vertical action a lot - like, say Facebook, or Instagram.
The display is definitely the Xperia 10's main claim to fame and its clear differentiator from the competition. Usually it's priced at $349.99 unlocked, which isn't great given its specs, but today Amazon and B&H have both decided to slash that by more than half.
So at this point the Xperia 10 can be yours for just $169.99, which makes it a pretty interesting phone. It has a 6-inch screen size (with 1080p+ resolution), the Snapdragon 630 chipset at the helm, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, a dual rear camera system (13 MP wide + 5 MP depth sensor), an 8 MP selfie cam, and a 2,870 mAh battery with 18W fast charging. It runs Android 9 Pie.
I am no trolling, if the SAR is higher than Xperia (but still not exceed the limit), then they should improve it, that's my opinion because SAR Value is one of the reason it has cheaper/less development.
Lol. Still too expensive