The Sony Xperia XA 1 Ultra sports a 6-inch Full HD IPS display – the 1080 x 1920 resolution and pixel density of 367ppi. It boasts edge to edge of a 2.5D curved glass for best viewing experience.
The display is same as its predecessor, but it is definitely brighter than the Xperia XA, and hence the sunlight legibility has improved. The color accuracy is better too. For a budget device, the display is quite good, really. The text and images are razor sharp and the colors are quite vivid.
Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Specs
|Operating System||Android 7.0 Nougat|
|Display||6-inch 1080p (1920×1080) IPS LCD panel
2.5D curved glass
367ppi pixel density
|SoC||Octa-core Mediatek Helio P20
Eight Cortex A53 cores up to 2.34GHz
|GPU||Mali-T880 with Vulkan API, OpenCL 2.0, and OpenGL ES 3.2
|RAM||4GB LPDDR4X 1600Mhz Dual Channel|
microSD slot up to 256GB
|Rear camera||23MP with Sony IMX 300 Sensor 1/2.3” Exmor RS
24mm wide-angle f2.0 lens with flash led
1080p video recording
|Front shooter||16MP with Sony IMX 230 Sensor 1/2.6″ Exmor R
23mm wide-angle lens f2.0 OIS with flash LED
1080p video recording
|Connectivity||LTE with VoLTE
Wi-Fi 802.11 N Dual Band, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, GLONASS
Type C, 3.5mm audio jack
Fast charging (5V/2A)
|Colour||White, Black, Gold, Pink|
|Dimensions||165 x 79 x 8.1mm|
At the back, there are no antenna lines running across the top and bottom unlike some brand like Xiaomi. The rear camera powered by Sony IMX 300 sensor, a 23 megapixel 1/2.3” Exmor RS with a 24mm wide-angle lens,
The speaker grilles are at the bottom instead of in front like flagship model Xperia XZs and with a USB 2.0 Type C charging port which support MediaTek Pump Express Plus 2.0.
There’s a Sony IMX 230 sensor 16megapixels camera up front that also sports a 23mm wide-angle lens f2.0 OIS with flash LED. The camera app is easy to use and comes with a wealth of options, including filters, beautify effects and AR effect.
The left side of Xperia XA1 Ultra features two nano SIM tray, so you can use two SIMs and one microSD card.
On the right side spotted power, volume and camera shutter buttons. The shutter button is one of the most basic features of a handheld camera.