The data sheet of the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra shows us the manufacturer’s overhaul of the previous generation of the Sony Xperia XA Ultra tablet. The new model maintains the proportions of the screen, a diagonal of six inches, although it improves some technical specifications so important from the point of view of performance as it is the processor, RAM, internal memory and other components. Similarly, the software raises the bar with the adoption of Android 7.1 Nougat as standard.
The design of the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra varies slightly and is perceived in detail as the front section in which the front camera is arranged, in addition to the corners of the team, now more pronounced. There is also a small change in the bezel of the device. The housing of the same maintains the concept of a single piece of aluminum and has dimensions of 165 x 79 x 8.1 millimeters and weighs 210 grams. Also, Sony will launch the phablet to market in four colors such as black, white, gold and pink.
Because of its phablet status, the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra has a six-inch IPS panel display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, which yields a density of 367 dots per inch. At the same time, the panel has state-of-the-art BRAVIA Mobile Engine technology to deliver a crisp image with vivid colors. The maximum brightness values are 450 units and the sRGB color range is 100%. The display itself has a hardened glass layer for protection.
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At the performance level, the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra technical sheet is notable for including the new MediaTek P20 eight-core SoC (MT6757) with ARM MaliT880 GPU. The processor itself includes an LTE Cat 6 modems.
In terms of memory, the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra improves notably by including 4GB of DDR4 RAM and a 32GB storage system with support for microSD cards.
As it can not be otherwise, Sony has put all the meat on the grill when equipping his phablet with Sony Exmor RS sensors for its two cameras. On the one hand, the rear camera has a sensor with a maximum resolution of 23 megapixels and a very fast hybrid approach system that additionally has an add-on that lets you launch the camera app in less than a second (Quick Lanch). Likewise, the lens has a wide angular width of 88 grams and stabilization system StedyShot.
As for the front camera, the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra stands out not only for its 16 megapixel Sony Exmor RS sensor but also for the optical stabilization system and the adoption of a LED flash to improve self-shooting or self-portraits. In either case, both cameras are adapted to record video at 1080p.
The autonomy part is determined by a non-removable battery with capacity for 2,700 mAh and lithium ion technology. It also has a second generation Fast Express Pump Express 2.0 and an algorithm called Qnovo Adaptive Charging that regulates at all times the optimum levels of voltage to accelerate the maximum battery charge without compromising the safety and life of the battery.