Sony Xperia Ace 4 specifications leaked, 2023 global launch likely

The Sony Xperia Ace 4 smartphone’s specifications have surfaced online ahead of its rumored global launch next year. Sony is reportedly working on a compact smartphone.


For those unaware, Sony boasts an impressive array of compact smartphones dubbed the Sony Xperia Ace series. Now, it looks like an all-new Sony Xperia Ace series smartphone is headed to the market soon.

Sony Xperia Ace III The alleged smartphone will reportedly carry the Sony Xperia Ace IV moniker. A piece of new information suggests the device will go official in Japan with a different name.

To recap, Sony launched the Xperia Ace III as a successor to the Xperia Ace II back in June. Now, the Xperia Ace III successor’s launch could be on the cards.

Sony Xperia Ace 4 Specifications

Regrettably, Sony is mum on the details of its next compact smartphone. Still, a report by SumahoDigest has divulged some key details about the upcoming handset.

First off, the report suggests the Xperia Ace 4 will sport a 5.5-inch OLED display. Furthermore, this display panel will offer an FHD+ (2520 x 1080 pixels) resolution.

Sony Xperia Ace 4 specs leaked

The handset’s screen will reportedly support an aspect ratio of 21:9 as well. If this speculation proves to be true, the Ace 4 will bring a notable upgrade over its predecessor, the Ace III.

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To recap, the Xperia Ace III sports a 5.5-inch LCD panel with HD+ resolution. Under the hood, the Xperia Ace 4 will reportedly pack a Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 chipset.

However, the Xperia Ace III uses a Snapdragon 480 to draw its power. So, the SD 4 Gen 1 chipset will bring an impressive 15 percent improvement in CPU performance.

Sony Xperia Ace 3

Also, it will offer a 10 percent bump in GPU performance. Moreover, the smartphone will reportedly ship with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

The Xperia Ace 4 might come with a 4,500mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. Now, some reports claim the Sony Xperia Ace 4 will launch in 2023.

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Via: gizchina.com

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