Latest Smartphone in India: Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Launched at INR 29,990

The latest smartphone in India is the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra. The phone comes with a price tag of INR 29,990. Let’s explore the phone a bit more.

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The latest smartphone in India from the house of Sony is the XA1 Ultra. In mid-April this year, Sony had unveiled the XA1 for a price tag of INR 19,990, while the Sony XA1 Ultra price is exactly more by INR. 10,000. This means, this new smartphone from Sony costs INR 29,990. This is a hefty price tag for the Indian customers.

As Sony phones are generally known for its camera the XA1 Ultra doesn’t disappoint you. In fact, it’s a selfie-centric smartphone that comes with 16MP front snapper with F/2.0 aperture, OIS. The primary camera is even better with 23MP with F/2.0 aperture hybrid autofocus. The display is a big one with 6-inches pushing it in the phablet category. The display resolution is a handy 1920 X 1080.

For the processing in this latest smartphone in India from the house of Sony, the handset is powered by Helio P20 and supported by 4GB of RAM. The GPU is the Mali T880. As there are two powerful cameras, it looks a right decision to see 64GB of native storage.

Latest smartphone in India

Coming to the Sony XA1 Ultra, it’s available in three colors – Gold, Black, and White. If you feel the phone really costs much, then don’t worry. The company has made sure you get a few goodies with it for free. The Quick Charger UCH12 will be yours for no extra bucks, which by the way costs INR 1,490.

Everything looks great in this Sony smartphone except for the battery that’s of 2,700mAh power. Considering the heavy price tag, a battery of 3,000mAh would have looked a better option. But, as the phone runs on Android Nougat 7.0, the Nougat feature of Doze Mode, which is one of the best Android O features, should help in extending the battery life even more.


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