Hands-on with the Sony Xperia XA2 and XA2 UltraSony finally brings its take on a fingerprint sensor and dual selfie cameras to the US with its new midrange Xperia phones.
[MUSIC] What's up guys. In my hands here I have two new mid-range phones from Sony, the Xperia line. Over here this is the XA2 and the XA2 Ultra. And what makes these phones unique, first of all on the backside we have rear fingerprint sensors. They're bringing this Finally some phones in the U.S. on the Xperia line. We've seen them before on the side of like, the Xperia Z5 that was on the power button and it was disabled in the U.S. Moving forward, they're gonna make sure that there are fingerprint sensors on the Xperia phones. Also, we have a couple differences here with the phones. They're now both equipped with Snapdragon 630 processors. And if we look at the kind of differences between these two phones, over here we have a 5.2 inch 1080p display. On this side, a six inch 1080p display. Let's kind of look at a couple different things, here on the XA2 Ultra. You can notice here on the front face, we actually have two cameras here. Both cameras have an eight megapixel wide angled sensor, but this also brings a 16 megapixel opt tool image stabilization on this sensor as well, so you have two Front facing cameras. On the back side we have a 23 megapixel camera. Again, these are mid-range phones. There's no announced price yet or release date here in the US, we expect to see them sometime soon. But there you go, your first look at the Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra. [MUSIC]