During Sony’s IFA event to be held later this month, the company is expected to unveil its next flagship product, the Xperia XZ3. Along with that, recent certifications have suggested that an Xperia XA3 could also happen and that new test results now seem to confirm this, although the smartphone uses a different model number.
Overall, the Xperia XA3 in question, which bears the name of Sony H4493, scored a total of 853 on a single heart test, while this number rose to 4172 when all hearts worked together. This, according to the screenshot, was achieved thanks to the presence of a Snapdragon 660. In addition, it should be noted that 6 GB of RAM is present. In addition, Android 8.0 Oreo is listed as preinstalled right out of the box, but with the recent version of Android 9 Pie, Sony could possibly update the device to the new version of the operating system before publication.
In terms of design, the Xperia XA3 should follow in the footsteps of the current Xperia XA2 by sticking to an aluminum frame and a plastic back. Unlike this device, the newest model should use a larger 18:9 screen with a resolution of 2160×108 pixels. This will significantly reduce the size of the front frame and should allow the smartphone to compete better with competing for offers.
As mentioned above, the Xperia XA3 will probably make its official appearance at Sony’s IFA event. August 30. What remains unclear for now is what is the time to put the company into production and how it will choose to fix the price of the model.