According to reports, Sony is working on a smartphone that would debut under the Xperia Ace II moniker.
Last week, the rumour mill revealed the renders of the case of the upcoming Sony Xperia device. And now, the handset has surfaced at the database of Google Play Console.
Speculations say that the handset’s appearance suggests that it could debut soon – probably late this month or early June.
The Google Play listing of the Xperia Ace II mentions that it would launch as an entry-level smartphone.
The smartphone brand further states that it would feature the Helio P35 processor alongside 4GB of RAM.
The Xperia Ace II will arrive pre-loaded with the Android 11 OS.
Meanwhile, some images of the phone have leaked on Google Play. And they showed that it has a waterdrop notch design for the front-facing camera.
The document did not contain the dimension of the screen. However, it did mention that the display would support an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1496 pixels.
Interestingly, the upcoming Xperia Ace II is one of the devices on the Google Supported Devices list.
Earlier this year, a reliable tipster – OnLeaks – shared the CAD renders of a compact Sony handset.
The renders reveal that the mystery phone sports a 5.5-inch display with a rear camera system that consists of two cameras and an LED flash unit.
Further, the phone has a dedicated camera button, a side-facing fingerprint scanner, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Recent reports say that the upcoming Xperia Ace II smartphone would be available exclusively in Japan.
The phone would arrive as a successor of the Sony Xperia Ace, which debuted in 2019.