Even though they were released some time ago, Sony’s new Xperia X line-up just started entering the U.S. market. After the Xperia XA and X Performance were initially introduced last week, the Japanese manufacturer’s phablet, Xperia XA Ultra is also available stateside, starting with today.
However, despite its huge 6.0″ display, covered with scratch-resistant glass, the handset is far from being a top notch model. But this doesn’t mean that it couldn’t make a great choice for anybody looking for a big mid-ranger, without splashing the cash!
The Sony Xperia XA Ultra comes with a full HD display and it’s powered by an MediaTek Helio P10 processor, with eight cores, alongside 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The latter can be considered a minus, but the handset also features a microSD card slot, so you can expand the storage capacity using the free 64 GB that comes with the phone.
In terms of camera, it comes with a 21 MP rear snapper, able to shoot 1080p videos at 30 fps, and an impressive 16 MP front-facing shooter, with optical image stabilization. Finally, the Xperia XA Ultra is powered by a non-removable 2700 mAh battery, which should keep the 6.0″ device ‘alive’ for a full day of regular use.
The price tag for this phablet says $369.99 and it’s available in White, Graphite Black and Lime Gold. It also comes unlocked, so you can use it with some of the major U.S.-based carriers, like AT&T and T-Mobile. Unfortunately, Verizon, Sprint or US Cellular clients can’t use it, since the phone doesn’t support CDMA networks.
Source – Phonearena