New Smartphone Of Sony Xperia With No Headphone Jack Approved By FCC
It appears that Sony, the Japanese tech giant, is brainstorming on a new handset. A new smartphone of Sony Xperia has just been approved with the FCC qualification that reveals the fact that the firm has made decision to remove the audio jack. The smartphone of Sony Xperia with ID PY7-21831A as the model number is anticipated to arrive with no audio jack. This is the first ever handset by Sony to arrive with no audio jack.
The listing additionally unveils that the handset has a dimension of 152.79 mm x 72.42 mm and will feature a bezel less screen. The forthcoming smartphone of Sony Xperia will have a full screen 5.7-inch display with aspect ratio of 18:9. The handset will have a single port that will be employed for both listening to music and charging.
Lately, a report emerged online recommending that Sony will be the first handset manufacturer to roll out a handset with Snapdragon 835 processor from Qualcomm. As per My Drivers, a Chinese website, Sony is aiming to roll out the Xperia XZ Pro handset at the forthcoming MWC 2018 and the handset will be fueled by Snapdragon 835 processor of Qualcomm.
In addition to this, the handset will also have a setup of dual rear camera. The handset will comprise a sensor of an 18 MP power with 1.33um of pixel size and a sensor with 12 MP of power with a pixel size of 1.38um. The front of the handset is anticipated to sport a 13 MP camera.
The Sony Xperia XZ Pro is anticipated to provide 6 GB of RAM. This will be the first handset of Sony to have this much capacity of RAM. The handset will operate on operating system of Android 8.0 Oreo and is claimed to be supported by a battery with 3420mAh of capacity.