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Three mid-range Sony lines – Xperia XA, XA Ultra, and L – are getting new phones which could be introduced at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, which is set to take place next week in Las Vegas. That being said, Sony may also wait to make the debuts at Mobile World Congress, which takes place next month in Barcelona. Either way, here’s what we know about the phones (spoiler alert: it’s not a lot).

The big change happening to the new XA series phones is the jump from Mediateks systems-on-chip to Qualcomm Snapdragon 630s. The display characteristics of the XA2 Ultra are staying the same, while the 5.2-inch XA2 will offer the same full HD, 1080 x 1920 as its Ultra brother. The XA2 and XA2 Ultra will offer 3GB/32GB RAM and 4GB/64GB RAM, respectively, but they’ll be getting new cameras. The XA2 will rock a 21MP, 4K rear camera and 7MP front-facing selfie camera. The XA2 Ultra will have dual rear cameras, and dual 15MP selfie cameras capable of 4K video capture.

Even less is known about the Xperia L2, other than the fact that it will keep the 5.2-inch display of its predecessor and it may ship with Android Nougat rather than the newer Oreo. Hopefully we’ll have an official update in a week’s time. If they don’t debut at CES, expect more leaks, at least.

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