Sony Xperia Ace II has appeared on Google Play Console. It also appeared on the Google Supported Devices list with model number SO-41B. The Google Play Console listing of the Xperia Ace II shows its display specs, RAM, chipset, and operating system. Let’s take a detailed look at this report.
Sony Xperia Ace II Google Play Console listing
The case renders of the upcoming Sony Xperia Ace 2 appeared online yesterday. Steve Hemmerstoffer from Onleaks has also revealed the render of the said phone as well. None of the specifications of the phone was known but thanks to Google Play Console. Google Play Console has revealed the specifications of the upcoming Xperia Ace 2.
It is listed on Google Play Console with the model number “SO-41B”. The phone will be coming with a MediaTek Helio P35 chipset. It will also have 4GB RAM and runs on the Android 11 operating system. In the case render report, we mentioned that we could not clearly view the top of the phone to know whether it will spot a punch-hole cut-out or water-drop notch.
Now the Play Console listing has revealed the front of the Xperia Ace 2. It shows clearly that it will have a water-drop notch cut-out. The phone also appears to have a thick chin as well. Play Console revealed that it will be an HD+ display, preferably 720 x 1496 pixels.
This device is also spotted on the Google Supported Devices list with Xperia Ace II moniker and “SO-41B” model number. We learned that it will come with a 5.5 inches display size. From the look of the Play Console listing, it shows that this is going to be a budget smartphone. Even the case renders revealed yesterday (16 May 2021) shows that the device will be small on the hands, hinting at its budget title.
Still on the case shared yesterday reveals that the smartphone will come with a rear vertical module housing two cameras and an LED flash. The side of the phone reveals that it will have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, volume rockers, and what looks like a camera shutter button.
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