Sony is likely to reveal a series of smartphones in the next Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona, Spain soon. Apparently, in 2016 the company released a few of the Xperia handsets, and recently it seems that Sony is again preparing to launch five new phones. The handsets appear to be split between the high-end and mid-range, and accordingly if rumors are true, the flagship phone may stand out from among Sony's smartphones and even in whole gamut of smartphone world.
According to Trusted Reviews, among the phones to be unveiled is the Sony Xperia XA that is rumored to be the main object of the event. Consequently, Sony enthusiasts are apparently already excited when an apparent video of the phone was recently leaked online. While not much is known yet about the phone, it is probable that this will be just like the earlier models. Ostensibly the video also shows some of the software features of the Sony Xperia XA phone at various angles, and from what appears in the leak, the phone probably is running the recent Android 7.0 Nougat.
It is further reported by Tech Radar that the smartphone is listed under the codename 'Yoshino' and is supposed to be the flagship model of the series. It apparently has a 5.5-inch 2160 x 3840 screen, a Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB or 6GB of RAM and a Sony IMX400 camera sensor. It is said that the prominent spec is the 4K screen, which is common to Sony.
Accordingly, the Xperia Z5 Premium also has a 4K screen, while the majority of Sony's other unveiled flagships have remained with 1080p displays. It is alleged that rival smartphones have already migrated to QHD. The other specs apparently are not very spectacular, but the Sony Xperia XA would probably still make it as a high-end smartphone.