The Sony Xperia Ace 2 is a successor to the compact smartphone that remained exclusive to Japan. The phone appeared on Google Play Console and what we see is somewhat underwhelming – a modest Mediatek chipset and unimpressive screen resolution.
The SO-41B smartphone, confirmed to arrive on sale under the name Xperia Ace II, has been certified with a Mediatek MT6765 chipset, which is the Helio P35 platform (that means no 5G connectivity). The RAM is 4GB although larger versions aren’t ruled out.
The screen’s resolution is 1496 x 720 pixels, which is a ratio just taller than 19:9, and on the top Sony is going to put the selfie camera behind a waterdrop notch.
This is somewhat confusing since the first Xperia Ace came with a 5” Full HD+ panel. We’ll know for sure once the Ace 2 is here, which the listing suggests isn’t too far away now.