Sony Xperia 10 VI Leaks: Dual Cameras, 21:9 Screen, Headphone Jack

Leaked renders reveal the Sony Xperia 10 VI with dual cameras, a 21:9 display, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, showcasing its classic design

On May 3, 2024, Evan Blass & Android Headlines revealed renderings of the upcoming Sony Xperia 10 VI smartphone, which sports a dual rear camera setup and retains the iconic 21:9 screen ratio, characteristic of the Xperia series.

This model also includes a 3.5mm headphone jack, distinguishing it from many contemporary smartphones that lack this feature.

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The Sony Xperia 10 VI will be available in three colors: black, white, and blue.

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Sony Xperia series mobile phones.

It features a hole-less, straight-screen design, which has become a hallmark of Sony’s Xperia lineup. In addition to the wide and ultra-wide rear cameras, the smartphone is equipped with stereo speakers, water resistance, and a headphone jack.

ultra-wide-angle secondary camera


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holder protective case

Notably, the power button on the side of the device integrates a fingerprint sensor, and there is a slot for a SIM card on the left side of the handset. Sony will also offer an official lanyard bracket case for this model.

While the leaker did not provide specific hardware details for the Xperia 10 VI, these renderings give a clear view of its design and some functional attributes.

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