Sony has narrowed its smartphone business in recent years, to reduce losses. However, the Japanese giant is still persistent in launching new smartphones, according to the latest report, in 2020 Sony will launch four flagship smartphones. According to the source, Sony is planning to launch four flagship smartphones in 2020, all of which support 5G technology, and from 3 to 5 mid-range smartphones.
The first flagship smartphone will be Xperia 1.1, the successor of Xperia 1 launched earlier this year. There is not much information available, but Xperia 1.1 is expected to have Quad- rear cameras, Snapdragon 865 chip, 4K screen and will launch at the end of February at MWC 2020.
The second flagship smartphone will be Xperia 3, which will be the successor to the Xperia XZ2 Compact launched in 2018. Xperia 3 can be equipped with 3 rear cameras, 5-inch QuadHD + screen. However, this smartphone may only be launched in Japan.
By the end of 2020, Sony will launch two more flagship smartphones. That’s Xperia 5.1, the successor to Xperia 5 launched this year, and a brand new ultra-premium flagship smartphone named Xperia 0. Xperia 0 will be equipped with up to 6 rear cameras.
Thus, we can also imagine the naming of Sony’s new smartphone. The lower the number, the higher the level, for example, Xperia 1 and Xperia 0 will be the most advanced, Xperia 5 is the high-end, Xperia 9 and Xperia 10 are mid-range. While the successor version will be named by adding a decimal notation later. For example, Xperia 1.1 will succeed in Xperia 1, or Xperia 5.1 will succeed Xperia 5.
2020 could be the year that Sony will return and expand its smartphone business. With the launch of four flagship smartphones, including a super high-end smartphone. The Japanese giant has shown that it will not give up on the smartphone business, but will instead return more harm than before.
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