The Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra and L2 are expected to be unveiled at the upcoming CES trade fair, but there is a possibility that the announcement maybe pushed back to the next month's Mobile World Congress. The Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2 have been shown off in leaked pictures, CAD renderings, and caught as they've passed through regulatory bodies.
The XA2 Ultra should use the same chipset and rear camera as its smaller sibling. The Ultra model should come with a dual 15 MP front-facing camera (with 4K video) and a 21 MP rear camera, while the regular XA2 will have the same rear camera, but only a single 7 MP shooter on the front. The Sony Xperia XZ2 Ultra and Sony Xperia L2 will don a new look that's still uniquely Sony, all while potentially addressing some points in need of much love. Other specifications of the phone will be similar to XA2. 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. Coming to the Xperia XA2, the smartphone features the same design language, though the dual front cameras are missing.
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).
The upcoming XA2 is rumored to boost its screen size from five inches to 5.2-inches while maintaining its 1080p screen resolution. The Xperia L2 does not seem to have a dedicated camera button, but apart from that, rest of the design largely remains the same. Both phones will also likely feature the latest Android 8.0 Oreo version, as is the standard now for 2018.