The "Xperia The Japanese company's compact, with 5.5 "tiny" screens, may be on its way to a modern comeback in a niche with little competition
Almost all of Sony's smartphones bring with them something a little special and a little different compared to countless other models sold at similar prices - and so far it seems that rarely this willingness to do things a little differently has also translated into business success in the field. Despite dwindling difficulties and sales, Sony is signaling to us that they are not yet ready to surrender and flee, and even the opposite - according to recent rumors, the people of the great Japanese manufacturer are about to revive one of the most unique series in the post-dissolution eraXperia Compact, which offered spearheads and capabilities in lightweight packaging and כן Well, compact.
According to a Japanese site called AndroidNext Sony is considering reviving its Compact brand over the next year, perhaps as part of theXperia 1 or as part of a series Xperia 5 - In a product that will offer a screen with a diagonal size of only 5.5 inches and a future sample chip Snapdragon 775 which has not yet been officially announced.
The Snapdragon 775 stands out as the replacement for chip The popular Snapdragon 765G and chip The Snapdragon 768G (much less common), which indicates built-in support for fifth-generation networks yet performance that is some distance from the top models of the Snapdragon 800 family, so the future device will not be a perfect replacement for the major Xperia Compact models of the past - though It is certainly likely to be a positive competition for the compact Pixel models of Google, With wider international availability and possibly even advanced photography technologies (as might be expected from the largest manufacturer of photo sensors in the world, by a large margin).
Sony's latest Compact smartphone was the XZ2 Compact in 2018, almost an eternity in terms of this market (can't believe it? Welcome Return to a nimble impression From the specification with camera One and only in the back and a battery with a capacity of less than 3,000 mAh) - think that this break will do good for the success potential of Sony, Or no gimmick of dimensions or design could save the company's dismal status in this super-competitive field? Feel free to talk about it in the comments.