Fleet of new Sony smartphones unveiled

Xperia XA2 UltraSony may not be the world’s most popular smartphone maker, but at CES 2018 it introduced a trio of fresh handsets that it hopes will up its impact this year.

With a six inch display, a metal exterior and a 23 megapixel camera, the Xperia XA2 Ultra is the technical frontrunner of the Sony newcomers. Even its front-facing cameras, of which there are two, pack impressive 16 and 8 megapixel resolutions apiece, endowing it with exceptional selfie-snapping potential.

The standard Xperia XA2 has a more compact 5.2 inch screen, a single front-facing camera and a solid 32GB of storage space onboard as standard. Colour options are plentiful, with standard black and silver joined by arresting blue and pink alternatives, according to Tech Radar.

Sitting somewhere in between its siblings in terms of size is the Xperia L2, which Sony endows with a 5.5 inch screen, a 13 megapixel primary camera and its very own fingerprint scanner, a feature shared across all three devices.

The L2 will be the first of the batch to arrive, followed by the two XA2 models, with some network providers set to get their own exclusive colour editions starting in the spring.

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