Sony is expected to launch a host of new smartphones at the MWC2019 with the 21:9 format display design and amongst these would be the Xperia XA3 that has surfaced on the internet. Reports suggest that the phone would come in two variants of XA3 and XA3 Plus.
Both the XA3 and XA3 Plus look identical in terms of design, but the Sony Xperia XA3 Plus will come with a 6.5-inch display, whereas the Sony Xperia XA3 will sport a 5.9 inches display, backed with 21.9 aspect ratio. Considering the current design trends, Sony will not comply with the current design trends followed by other brands but will feature a 21:9 aspect ratio design, which means that the phone will come with wider top bezels, but interestingly there won't be any bezels at the bottom.
As far as the technical details are concerned, the phones will come with Full HD 1080p display and will feature a dual rear camera set up at the back along with the dual LED flash. The phone will feature a fingerprint sensor on the side placed between the volume rocker and the power button. It is said to come powered by Snapdragon 660 Octa-Core SoC, backed with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage and will have a USB-C port at the bottom along with a speaker grill. With few days left before, MWC 2019 we won't have to wait much longer before the company officially announces its new smartphones.