Sony Xperia 10 Plus and Sony Xperia 10 are the latest Xperia mid-range phones unveiled at MWC 2019. While these phones may not be close to the performance of the Xperia X1 flagship, they are worth noticing by all means. Additionally, the old school Xperia L3 also gets an aesthetic upgrade with an old school spec sheet.
Xperia X10 Plus
To embark with, the Xperia X10 Plus is the new affordable entry-level variant from Sony. Like the Xperia X1, it features a massive 6.5” 21:9 IPS LCD screen with 1080p+ resolution (1,080 x 2,520px). The phone has got a decent 3,000mAh battery that will keep the phone alive throughout the day.
The internals on the phone is not great as we’ve got an old Snapdragon 636 chipset SoC inside. Plus, there exists a 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, along with a microSD slot for up to 512GB more.
The optics on the phone are decent with a dual camera setup on the rear. A 12MP module acts as a primary lens and it it’s a 1/2.8” sensor. Another module on the camera is an 8MP telephoto camera with 2x Zoom for capturing photographs only. The Xperia X10 Plus is capable of shooting in 4K. Above all, the 8MP selfie-shooter on the phone is identical to the one on the Xperia 1.
Sony Xperia 10
There’s a more compact version of the phone as well – the Sony Xperia 10. Well, the phone has got a relatively small 6.0” screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio and the same 1080p+ resolution. This means the phone is only 68mm wide.
The phone has got an old Snapdragon 630 SoC inside, and one has to cope with the 3/64GB internal configuration. Anyways, you can expand the storage via microSD card slot. The phone has got a 2,870mh battery, and there’s no option for fast charging.
The dual camera setup on the phone loses a telephoto lens. Instead, there exists a 13+5MP setup with a depth-sensing camera. The phone still has the abilities to shoot 4K video recording and stars SteadyShot. The 8MP selfie camera is a similar sensor that we get on the Xperia X1.
Sony Xperia L3
The cheapest offering from Sony is the Xperia L3, and this is the cheapest offering from the company in 2019. The phone packs a massive 5.7” 720+ screen with 18:9 aspect ratio. There’s no notch on the phone, and the design looks clean.
Under the hood, the phone packs a mid-range MediaTek Helio P22 chipset built on a 12nm process. The internal configuration includes a 3/32GB configuration model only.
The dual cameras retain on this phone, and we’ve got a 13+2MP setup. The secondary camera is capable of depth sensing. Anyways, there’s no 4K video recording, and the selfie camera on the phone is another 8MP camera.
While the Sony Xperia L3 runs on Android 8.O Oreo, the Xperia 10 duo runs on 9.0 Pie. What do you think about all three Xperia mid-rangers? Do let us know in the comments section below.