The biggest negative point of Sony's mobile devices is the very thick edge design around the display. Even the latest Xperia phones launched after companies such as Samsung, LG and Xiaomi featured models with edge-to-edge display keep this tradition, but this could change this spring, some details about a supposed model Xperia XZ2 Compact suggesting that we will have to deal with a much larger screen-body phone.
A Sony phone has switched to the FCC in the United States, listing the institution's database showing some interesting details about its size, but not even publishing images with the device. The FCC document says the screen measures 5 "diagonally, suggesting that we're dealing with a" Compact "18: 9 format display, the smallest Xperia device in the high-end range offering a 4, 7 "format with 16: 9 format. Also, phone sizes have increased slightly in height, but have decreased in width. With 5.31 x 2.53 inches (5.1 x 2.6 inches) for the XZ1 Compact
What we do not know is the internal hardware, but Sony is used to putting even the smallest model in the top processor range and performance cameras. Rumors about the XZ2 models in the past suggested that we will be dealing with the Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal storage, the 19 megapixel dual camera and probably a 3,000 mAh battery. If this information is confirmed, Sony may have the most exciting "small" smartphone on the market with new design and top hardware
All the clues suggest that the launch of the new Sony Xperia XZ2 smartphone will take place at the Mobile World Congress