Sony is expected to launch at least seven smartphones by 2020, according to a recently unveiled release plan. Citing the latest revelations in Japanese technology media Sumahoinfo, three Sony Xperia models with different screen sizes were shared, with K9110, K9210 and J9310. All three devices have different screen resolutions, with the K91XX having 3840x1644p (4K plus) resolution, the K92XX having 2880x1234p (2K plus or QHD) resolution, and the last J93XX of the three having 2520x1080p (Full HD) The screen.
Despite these models, the Xperia XZ series name may continue after its official launch. For example, the company introduced the XZ2 Premium, XZ2 and XZ2 Compact in the Xperia XZ2 series, which differ in screen size.
It’s not clear which of the three models corresponds to the seven devices previously leaked, but the information coincides with Sony’s plans to launch the Xperia 1.1 with a 4K screen and the Xperia 5.1 with a 2K screen. The message further confirms that its 2K version of the Xperia 3 will not be released on MWC 2020 and will release the powerful 4K screen Xperia 0 on ifA.
In addition, the Sumahoinfo website also broke more news about Sony’s new Xperia phone, citing a tweet that Sony’s camera has 0.6x ultra-wide angle, 1x wide angle, 2x telephoto, 5x telephoto, 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom.