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Sony plans to announce its latest model of Xperia phone on April 14

Sony Corporation is planning to launch its latest model of Xperia phone on April 14, this year.

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The Japanese multinational conglomerate company, Corporation is planning to launch its latest model of Xperia phone on April 14, this year.

According to The Verge, has, in a very low-key way, just announced that its upcoming Xperia event will be on April 14 (via Droid-Life). The news has been obtained from the Xperia YouTube channel's banner, where it lays out that there will be a new product announcement happening at 4:30 PM Japan Standard Time that's 3:30 AM EST, or 12:30 AM PT.

The standard gives no genuine clues with regards to what will be declared, yet there have been a couple of bits of gossip gliding around one about another model, the Xperia 1 III, and one about the arrival of the Xperia Compact, which could wind up being an Android answer to the iPhone Mini.

The Verge reported that there are different rumours that notice new forms of the Xperia 5 and 10, leaving out the Compact completely. In any case, practically every rumour shows that the users will see another section in the lead Xperia 1 series.

Reports demonstrate that the 1 III will have a periscope zoom lens, and Techradar recently published what could be the full specs. It's for the most part what's normal from a leader Android telephone: Snapdragon 888, 12GB of memory, 5G, and a 4K 120Hz screen.

The rumours also indicate that the new model will have a 5.5-inch display, which is only a tiny bit bigger than the screen on an iPhone Mini.

Both potential phones are also rumoured to come with headphone jacks, reported The Verge.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Sat, April 03 2021. 07:03 IST
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