Just ahead of this year’s Mobile World Congress — at which Sony was due to unveil a new line of smartphones — the tech giant’s entire Xperia lineup has leaked. According to the leak, which was posted by 91mobiles, Sony will debut four new handsets during the congress, ranging from the lower-end Xperia L3 to the top-end Xperia 1. The line will be finished with two midrange models, the Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus.
All four models in the 2019 line-up are visually similar to the XZ2 and XZ3 which made their debut in 2018, with curved metal edges, side-mounted fingerprint sensor and large bezels. Arguably the stand-out feature of the new line is the reported “Cinema-wide” format of the higher-end models. These handsets are extra-tall and come with a 21:9 aspect ration, intended to improve watching TV and movies.
Prices are believed to range from $199 USD for the entry-level Xperia L3 handset to $1,099 USD for the high-end Xperia 1 model. You can read the full list of specifications over on the 91mobiles site.
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Xperia 1’s pretty sexy in purple. pic.twitter.com/G0FkyzBXxv
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 21, 2019