Sony is reportedly working on an Xperia Ace II smartphone. The rumour mill leaked the smartphone case last week. The Xperia Ace 2 has now been listed in the Google Play Console (via) database, indicating that it could be launched in close vicinity.
The Google Play Console list reveals that Sony Xperia Ace II is a brand entry-level phone with Helio P35 and a RAM of 4GB. It’s loaded with the Android 11 OS.
The image of the Xperia Ace II on the Play Console shows that the display has a water drop notch. The exact display is not known, but the list states that the HD+ resolution of 720 x 1496 pixels is supported. This phone is also listed in the Xperia Ace II moniker and SO-41B model number list of supported Google devices.
At the start of this year, the trustworthy tipster OnLeaks had a compact Sony telephone with CAD devices. The renderers show that this phone has a 5.5-inch display and a vertical dual camera set up with an LED flash on its rear shell. The handset was also fitted with a fingerprint scanner, a dedicated camera button and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The above cases of the Xperia Ace II (via) that have recently surfaced Speculations show that this unit is only available in Japan. The Xperia Ace phone should be replaced, which debuted in 2019. On 19 May, Japanese company DoCoMo is organising a launch event to announce new telephones. The company is expected to launch the Sharp AQUOS R6 flagship of Snapdragon 888, the Arrows Be5 F-41B and the Xperia Ace II.
Sony Phone Charger
Our USB-C Charger is on the base and we can see the 3.5 mm port, with a very welcome feedback in recent years. How long will we see the port in phone designs beyond me, but it will continue long.
Overall, the Xperia 5II glass shelled looks just like a Sony phone. It’s slick, the reflective glass body adds some pop, it’s very functional, but so sexy that it’s up for debate, like some of the competition.