Announcement. Sony Xperia Ace II - unconvincing waterproof Japanese

Sony has officially announced the Sony Xperia Ace II smartphone at home in Japan. Lightweight, compact and relatively inexpensive. But weak and not particularly interesting.

As is customary for them, the Sony Xperia Ace II has full protection against water and dust according to the IP68 class. It is not forbidden to wash off the dust from the smartphone.

The chipset is ancient and weak. MediaTek Helio P35 born in 2018. In AnTuTu the ninth version is gaining plus or minus 120 thousand points.

The amount of memory typical for modern low-cost devices. 4 GB of operational, 64 GB of constant. There is support for memory cards.

Screen “about” 5.5 ″ with HD + resolution. The manufacturer does not name the exact permission. But judging by the leaks, it is slightly unusual - 720 × 1496 (302 ppi).

The cameras are simple. Front camera with a resolution of 8 MP. At the back is a 13MP main camera and an auxiliary depth sensor.

The details are pretty convincing. There is an NFC module, Type-C, dual-band Wi-Fi, noise canceling microphone. The fingerprint scanner is literate, sideways.

Sony Xperia Ace II is intended for the Japanese operator DoCoMo. Available from May 28th. The price is moderately humane, 22,000 yen (₽14,900, $ 202).

For those who, for whatever reason, are afraid of bacteria, Sony has also developed a special smartphone “antibacterial case”. Looks impressive, sold separately. The price is unknown.

Key features of Sony Xperia Ace II:

Screen S-IPS, 5.5 ″, 720 × 1496, 302 ppi, touch, capacitive, multitouch, HD +, Gorilla Glass 6
IronMediaTek Helio P35
2.3 GHz, 8 x Cortex-A53, PowerVR GE8320
Memory 4 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, Micro-SD up to 1 TB
Mobile Internet LTE
Mobile networksLTE
Battery Li-Ion, 4,500 mAh
Dimensions 140 x 69 x 8.9 mm
Weight 159 g
Rear Camera: Dual, Flash, Auto Focus

- 13 MP, f / 2.0

- ?? MP, depth sensor
front camera: 8 MP, f / 2.0, no flash, no autofocus
Navigation GPS
OSAndroid 11
Sensors Fingerprint scanner (side), NFC
USBType-C v2.0

George Kiselyov