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Sony plans four flagships for 2020, the Xperia 0 among them according to a leak

26 mayo, 2021

The Japanese manufacturer Sony is not going through its best moment in sales, but with the reduction in models in recent years it has managed to ensure that its mobile division does not cause damage to other lines of the company. Now, after the launch of several models in 2019, the Japanese already plan the roadmap for the next exercise, and that roadmap has just been leaked.

You can never be sure that a leak is completely true, since it is the manufacturer who makes the information official with each presentation, but the latest from Sony talks about at least four high-end models by 2020, one of them with a striking name: Xperia 0.

Four high ranges, three medium ranges


2020 should be the year of high-end phones with 5G, and the Snapdragon 865 should help make that happen, as it should arrive with the integrated Snapdragon X55 modem. It will be different if the manufacturer activates it or not, and it seems that this Snapdragon 865 would enter Sony’s plans for the next season.

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Account the latest leak from the bosom of the Japanese manufacturer that they plan at least four phones to lead your catalog in 2020. But it would not stop there, but there would be three other mid-range models to complete a catalog of 7 phones for next year.

Four high ranges with 5G, three mid ranges for 2020

These four high-end phones would arrive with the Snapdragon 865 at the forefront of operations. All of them with 5G activated. The main one of them, or at least the first to arrive, would be Sony Xperia 0 which would thus be placed before the Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 as part of an increasingly confusing catalog in terms of numbering.

In addition to these four high-end phones, the other three mid-range would include at least one with the Snapdragon 735, so we would talk about high medium ranges, or premium medium ranges. We will see if this ends up being confirmed because we are talking about 2020 and, in that case,

Via | GSMArena