About a week ago solid evidence surfaced confirming that Sony is preparing an Xperia 1 sequel for this year's IFA. And according to some new info, the Xperia 2 won't be coming alone - the successor to the Xperia 10 is tagging along too.
The leaked specs sheet clearly states that this hardware is for the Japan version of the Xperia 20, but chances are the global variant won't be much different. Different RAM and storage combo is usually all there's to that.
Anyway, we see the Snapdragon 710 replacing the Snapdragon 630, while the display remains at 6.0" with FHD+ resolution and a cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio. The SoC is paired with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, respectively.
The camera setup on the back consists of two 12MP sensors, but we are unsure if the second 12MP unit is a telephoto or ultra wide-angle snapper. The current Xperia 10 only has a 5MP depth sensor instead.
So if Sony products break before 2 years of use and you with your family still buy them, then there's something wrong... But every phone/TV/earphones is prone to defect and it's no surprise Sony is in the list as well. It also depends how you us...
This is a decent spec for an affordable phone. Hope that this time, sony will make the forehead and chin to be symmetrical and bring back the dual front firing speakers and maybe this time include a 4000maH battery.
Ermm... My family, friends and I have had Sony products break down on us before they should, like phones in less than two years.