Massive leak tells us virtually everything about Sony's upcoming phones

Sony will unveil a bunch of new Android devices on Monday morning in Barcelona, Spain at MWC 2019, and we've already seen press renders for some of them leak. But a monster leak on Friday, just a few days before Sony's press conference, revealed just about all the details regarding the new phones.
Sony has planned a variety of new smartphones for MWC 2019, from new flagships to budget offers, but 91Mobiles
obtained all the details
well ahead of time. We're looking at the Xperia 1 (which was thought to be the ZX4), Xperia 10 and 10 Plus, and Xperia L3 — here are all the specs, prices, and launch dates for all of them:
Xperia L3
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5.7-inch HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio
MediaTek 6762 processor
3GB of RAM
13-megapixel and 2-megapixel rear-facing cameras
8-megapixel selfie camera
3,300 mAh battery
Android Oreo
Price: CHF 199 ($199)
Launch: April
Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus
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6-inch and 6.5-inch Full HD+ display with 21:9 aspect ratio
Snapdragon 630 and Snapdragon 636 processors
3GB and 4GB of RAM
64GB of storage
microSD support up to 512GB
dual camera (13-megapixel and 5-megapixel; 12-megapixel and 8-megapixel with optical zoom)
8-megapixel selfie camera
2,870 mAh and 3,000 mAh batteries
fingerprint sensors on the side
Price: CHF 399 ($399) and CHF 499 ($499)
Launch: April
Sony Xperia 1
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6.5-inch 4K HDR OLED Cinema-Wide display with 21:9 aspect ratio and Corning Gorilla Glass 6 glass
Snapdragon 855 processor
6GB of RAM
128GB of storage
microSD support up to 512GB
12-megapixel wide-angle lens, 12-megapixel super-wide angle lens, and 12-megapixel telephoto lens with optical image stabilization
8-megapixel selfie camera
3,300 mAh battery with fast charging
fingerprint sensor on the side
IP68 dust and water certification
4G LTE
Dual-SIM support
USB-C connectivity
Android 9 Pie
Price: CHF 1,099 ($1,099)
Launch: June
As you can see in these leaked images, the new Sony phones have all-screen designs, but there's still a bezel at the top. Furthermore, the cheapest model features a bezel on the bottom. In other words, Sony won't quite keep up with competitors when it comes to all-screen designs, as the brand has chosen to forgo notches or hole-punch cameras for bezels.
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