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Sony Xperia XA1 has new front camera

Sony’s new Xperia XA1 offers a 23MP camera and Sony quality for $399.

It sports the same “X” series design cues, including continuous colour front and back, curved edges, borderless screen.

John Featherstone, managing director of Sony Mobile Communications, Oceania, said, “We’re thrilled to bring the new Xperia XA1 to Australia. The new 8MP front camera and 23mm wide-angle lens is a selfie lover’s dream.”

“We’ve taken Sony’s digital camera expertise to deliver the leading rear and front cameras for the Xperia XA1.

"Its exceptional camera technology is perfectly suited to capture everyday spontaneous moments in the most convenient and user-friendly way. We know it will exceed expectations.”


  • 5” 1280 x 720, 294 ppi, 70.9% screen to body ratio, Gorilla Glass (unspecified)
  • MediaTek helio P20 octa-core, 2.3/1.6GHz processor
  • 3GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, microSD support to 256GB, OTG
  • Dual Sim (one for micro-SD)
  • 2300mAh battery and USB-C 1.0 charge – Qnovo Adaptive Charging
  • 23MP, 1/2.3” ExmorRS mobile sensor, f/2.0 lens, camera launch to capture in less than a second, Hybrid Autofocus
  • 8MP front camera, 1/4" Exmor R, f/2.0, 23mm wide-angle lens for group selfies and a “Hand Shutter” camera feature
  • Wi-Fi N dual band, Wi-Di, Bluetooth 4.2 aptX / A2DP, NFC, FM radio
  • Android 7.0
  • 145 x 67 x 8 mm x 143g
  • LTE Cat 4/6 Australian bands supported
  • Smart Cleaner manages the performance and memory of the device by clearing the cache and deactivating unused apps automatically in order to attain the best speed and performance without degradation over time – 72-hour battery endurance rating
  • Xperia Actions is a new addition to the latest Xperia range – aims to learn users’ usage patterns

 Sojny XA1 all



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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!


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