Due to the Xperia series of smartphones’ inability to outsell the top smartphones on the market, Sony is no longer a major player in the smartphone sector. Because the Japanese company is so resistant to change, even its most expensive phone, the $1,800 Xperia Pro-I, fails to amaze with its cutting-edge capabilities. The business is not given up on Xperia just yet, either. A recent leak suggests it is almost ready to offer consumers a solution that will not break the bank.
Sony Xperia 10 V Images Leaked
CAD renderings of the Sony Xperia 10 V and a video illustrating the phone’s design from all sides have been created by Steve Hemmerstoffer’s Onleaks and The Tech Outlook, respectively. It would be unfortunate, but not unexpected if Sony stuck with a design substantially identical to the Xperia 10 IV, a phone that just received the Android 13 upgrade. Onleaks has stated the smartphone would sport a 6.1-inch display, however, The Tech Outlook has not been able to confirm this (likely OLED).
The camera hump allegedly now measures 9.4mm in thickness, adding 5% to the overall thickness of the phone. According to rumors, Sony’s newest flagship, the Xperia 10 V, will maintain the 3.5mm headphone jack found on previous Sony smartphones like the Xperia 5 IV. Sony has decided not to attend this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, so we do not know when the new phone will be shown. But, the Xperia 10 IV was released in May of last year, so we can fairly rule out an unveiling at this year’s event.