Phablets may come into mainstream sooner. Smartphone companies, local or international, have made and sold phones, tablets and phablets in the market. Sony, a company based in Japan, is trying its best to be on the line of competitive sales as it produced much more interesting gadgets like the phablets. Despite Sony's struggle toward the top of the competition, it has just made the Sony Xperia XA Ultra.
According to Tech Times, people need to know the difference among the three upcoming phablets in the market. These are Sony Xperia XA Ultra, Xiaomi Mi Max and ZTE Zmax Pro. Consumers need to decide which among the three fits their needs and has the best budget. These three phablets will be compared based on their design and build, display, camera, processor, storage battery, features and connectivity.
First off, Sony Xperia XA Ultra's design has classy options of Black, White and Gold. Xiaomi Mi Max sports a metal body in Gold and Gray. The ZTE Zmax Pro has Black.
Both ZTE Zmax Pro and Sony Xperia XA Ultra have 6.0-inch display with 1,080 x 1,920p resolutions. Xiaomi Mi Max has a 6.6-inch display.
Sony Xperia XA Ultra's camera has the best result among all. It has a 21.5 megapixel main camera and a 16 megapixel front camera. While Xiaomi Mi Max and ZTE Zmax Pro have 16 megapixel and 5 megapixel rear and front camera and 13 megapixel and 5 megapixel rear and front camera, respectively.
Sony Xperia XA Ultra has a Media Tek Helio P10. Xiaomi Mi Max has a SnapDragon 652 and ZTE Zmax Pro has SnapDragon 617. Read here for the full specifications and comparisons of the three gadgets.
According to The Verge, Sony Xperia XA will be out in the market in July 2016. Its U.S. release will depend on the results of the market sales.