Sony’s mobile business has been stuck in the financial dregs for a long time and is seemingly closer to the brink of dissoution than ever before. So, it makes sense that it would pull a Hail Mary move and go wide. “CinemaWide.”
LetsGoDigital out of the Netherlands has tracked an EUIPO trademark filing for the term “CinemaWide” which is to be applied to “Smartphones; tablet computers […] display screens; LCDs” and other goods and services defined in Nice class 9.
Turns out, WinFuture has been on the trail of an Xperia XA3 — well, the XA3 or a “Plus” model, there’s been little to tell — a future iteration of its most recent mid-range Android phone series. It looks to have a 5.9-inch 21:9 display at 1080p resolution, dual 23- and 8-megapixel rear cameras, a small notch for the selfie camera.
Other aspects of this device include what look to be capacitive pads for a volume rocker and a power-fingeprint sensor combo, a USB-C port with two speaker ports on the bottom, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and 3,500mAh of battery power.