But not something steely. The design and size were sympathetic anyway, but the hardware fell to an entry level.
The Sony Xperia Ace 2 has become a simple, small device that can still be an alternative in Japan for those looking for a compact device. The size is really impressive, 140 x 69 x 8.9 millimeters and 159 grams, this 5.5-inch HD + IPS panel comes with Gorilla Glass 6 protection, has IP68 certification and even a 3.5 millimeter jack.
However, the chipset is very modest. The MediaTek Helio P35 isn’t a powerful solution, it’s not particularly fresh anymore, and 4GB of system memory and 64GB of internal storage are very frugal, even if the latter is expandable. The camera system has not been exaggerated either, there is a 13-megapixel main sensor, this time without OIS, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and the 8-megapixel unit dripping into the display.
The battery is at least a decent size, 4500 mAh with this hardware is very promising, but we don’t know about fast charging. The device, which costs 22,000 yen (about 58,000 forints), is a strong setback predecessor modelcompared to, the size of the display has increased so that the device is barely physically, but the resolution is reduced, there is no optical stabilization, and the hardware is not particularly exciting either. But at least it got cheaper accordingly.