Sony might not be as active in the smartphone industry nowadays, however, they do launch a smartphone now and then to keep their presence. They have recently launched a new smartphone in the market, named Sony Xperia 10 III Lite in Japanese market. The phone is a lighter variant of the Sony Xperia 10 III, which was launched by the company in April this year. The phone is only available in Japan right now and there is no information from Sony on its global launch. The phone comes with a 6.0-inch OLED display which will come with a 21:9 aspect ratio and will also have support for HDR.
The phone uses a Snapdragon 690 chipset and has been paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory. The phone will run on Android 11 out of the box and will also receive an update for Android 12 as confirmed by Sony. On the rear, the phone comes with a triple camera setup which has a 12 MP primary camera lens and two 8MP camera sensors for ultra-wide and telephoto. In the front, the phone gets an 8MP camera sensor for selfies. The side of the phone houses the power button which will also act as a fingerprint reader.
It will also support 5G and has a 4,500 mAh battery, supported by 30W of fast charging. The phone has been priced at JPY 46,800 which when converted to Indian currency, will cost around Rs 31,600, which might seem a bit overpriced looking at the hardware it has to offer. Also, the phone will be available in White, Black, Blue, and Pink color options. The phone will be made available for sale in Japan from August 27.