Sony had originally intended to unveil new devices at the MWC 2020 but it was cancelled. As an alternative, Sony organized an online event where it unveiled its latest smartphones and the Xperia 10 II.
In terms of display, the device comes with a 6” OLED screen with a 21:9 CinemaWide ratio and a Full HD+ 1080 x 2340 resolution. It has an 8MP selfie camera which is placed in the top bezel beside the earpiece space.
At the back is a triple rear camera setup which is made up of a 12MP main shooter, an 8MP ultrawide angle lens which is 16mm focal length and a 2MP telephoto lens.
Sony Xperia 10 II has the biggest battery ever you will see on any Sony mid-range device. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 665 chipset and comes with a 4GB RAM and a 128GB internal storage which is expandable via the microSD card slot.
As we stated earlier, the battery is the biggest you will find on any mid-range Sony device but it is still 10% lighter than the one found on the Xperia 10. Another surprising thing to note is that it is also thinner in size despite having a bigger battery than its predecessor. The Sony Xperia 10 II has a 3,600mAh battery capacity which is 25% more than the old model. It is equipped with Xperia Adaptive Charging which adjusts the level of power the battery is getting so it prolongs its life.
Xperia 10 II comes with IP65/68 rating making it water and dust resistant. It is also equipped with Gorilla Glass 6 at the front and back for extra protection.
Xperia 10 II has been given a recommended retail price of €370. It will be available in the second quarter of this year in black and white colours.