Not long ago, two Sony handsets with model numbers “F3216” and “F3311” made a visit to GFXBench site. While the F3216 turned out to be the Sony Xperia XA Ultra, the Sony F3311 has not been made official yet.
But then, a new leak from Russia says the Sony F3311 is nothing but the Sony Xperia E5. Sony’s E lineup usually churns out only budget-friendly, entry-level handsets.
Moving on to the rumored specifications, the Sony Xperia E5 will reportedly flaunt a pocket-friendly 4.6-inch display, aided by 720p screen resolution. Under the hood, MediaTek's MT6735 chipset will apparently power the device with 1.5GB of RAM backing it, GSM Arena reported.
When it comes to internal memory, the Xperia E5 is believed to come equipped with 16GB of built-in storage space. However, there is no word on the expandable storage option.
Meanwhile, the recently unveiled Sony Xperia XA Ultra will reportedly set the buyers back by 298.98 pounds in the U.K. This price tag translates to about $433 at today’s exchange rate. This device can now be preordered in the U.K. via Unlocked Mobiles.
The e-retailer has listed three variants of the Sony Xperia XA Ultra with the following colors to choose from: Lime Gold, White and Black. The expected shipment date as reported by the site is June 27.
GSM Arena says this device is believed to land in Canada this summer. However, there is no official information available to ascertain the U.S. specific release date or price at this point.
This handset features a huge 6-inch display, complemented by full HD resolution. It comes powered by a Mediatek Helio P10 chipset and backed by 3GB of RAM. Without any surprise, Android 6.0 Marshmallow runs the handset out of the box.