Sony periodically introduces a new Xperia Ace, a line of compact phones available only in Japan. There was the original, then the Ace II, and now there comes a third iteration — and thanks to @OnLeaks and Zollege, we get an early glance.
The phone features a 5.5-inch display and is 139.7 x 68.7 x 9.1 mm thick. It weighs 138 grammes. Xperia 10 III (6″ display, different aspect ratio) measures 154x68x8.3mm, whereas the iPhone 13 mini is 131.5×64.2×7.7mm. So, this isn’t the tiniest Android phone on the market, but it is smaller than most of the others.
There is also a headphone socket on the top of the device. There is a microSD card slot on the left side of the phone, and earlier Ace models and current Sonys have featured expandable capacity. The fingerprint reader is located on the opposite side.
The rest of the details are a little more hazy. It’s been said that the Snapdragon 808 would be used, but that’s not what we’ve seen before in the series” (the Xperia Ace had a Snapdragon 630, the Ace II a Helio P35). While the Xperia 10 III’s 4,500 mAh battery is technically doable, it would be a tight fit. A 13-megapixel sensor is reported to be in the single camera on the back.
In June, the Sony Xperia Ace III is likely to be on sale, although the company hasn’t announced anything. Keep an eye on NTT DoCoMo’s website as well, since the carrier has partnered with the past two Aces. For the same reason, we wouldn’t hold our breath waiting for the Ace III to be released outside of Japan. Source