All three smartphones are expected to get unveiled either at the CES 2018 or the MWC 2018 in February.
Earlier this week, Sony Xperia L2 and XA2 image renders were made public. In terms of the camera, the XA2 will include a 23MP rear camera and an 8MP selfie shooter on the front. However, in a rather unusual turn of events, the Xperia XA2 Ultra may sport a dual-front camera design, something we had reported on earlier, and confirmed by the renders. The devices retain the same 16:9 displays up front instead of trendy 18:9 screens, while the fingerprint sensor has now been moved to rear below the camera modules. It also appears to feature a dual selfie camera setup.
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What is certain is the processing power of the Xperia A2 Ultra, which will come from Snapdragon 830 octa-core chip, clocking in at around 2.2 gigahertz (GHz).
While both models' memory configurations should remain static as well (4GB / 64GB and 3GB / 32GB RAM and storage for the XA2 Ultra and XA2, respectively), they do look to be getting refreshed imaging components. The design of Xperia L2 is inspired from current gen Xperia smartphones. It also remains to be seen whether both flagships can replicate the success of the Xperia A1 models since that apparently is a tall order to fill given the features for the price tag of said phones. Both smartphones have been spotted running Android 8.0.0 Oreo. "The phone will come with a 5.2" HD (720P) display, and, like the XA2/XA2 Ultra above, the same design including a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner (which you can see on Venture Beat). The phone might run on an older Android Nougat.