The Sony Xperia 10 is a phone that was designed around the concept of having a longer battery life, ultra-lightweight, and compact design. Sony will be releasing its product in mid-June for those Sony fans eager to get their hands on this lightweight and slim smartphone.
The Sony Xperia IV will come to a total price of £429, which is a pretty good price, considering the phone’s software. It’s the world’s lightest 5G smartphone to be built with impeccable digital zoom, amazing selfies, improved camera performance, and increased screen brightness. These are just some of the many incredible qualities this phone has to offer.
Sony is calling it “the lightest 5G smartphone,” which seems like a bold statement to make considering the Xiaomi 11 lite NE is a 5G smartphone that weighs around 158g and is 6.81mm thin.
However, Sony isn’t too far off with the Xperia 10 IV. It weighs around 161g, which is very close to the Xiaomi 11 lite NE.
However, there is one flaw with this product. Well, it isn’t necessarily the product itself, but the way Sony will distribute the product. Unlike the other Sony Xperia phones, this year, Sony took the step of removing the charging cable and brick, reducing the size of the box it will come with.
Is it worth buying, some may ask. Well, considering how much Sony has improved the camera performance, making it 5G ultra-lightweight and having a 21:9 OLED aspect ratio, the phone looks to be worth it. However, if you’re looking for a phone with a higher refresh rate, the Xperia 10 IV still sits at a 60Hz refresh rate.
You can buy other phones with a higher refresh rate that comes at a similar price. And I’m talking about the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G.
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