The latest Sony Xperia handset with ID PY7-21831A has appeared on the FCC website. If you’re not aware, FCC ID is solitary identifier allotted to a handset signed up with the United States Federal Communications Commission for authorized sales of cordless devices in the United States, providers must get the handset checked by an independent lab to make sure it complies with the FCC criteria. Normally we won’t discover vital information and details regarding the device in these FCC paperwork, however, this time it appears like we do get some undesirable information, probably the one majority of Sony fans do not like to hear out.
On this FCC document, we will see numerous illustrative diagrams and images which profoundly indicate that this is likely to be the first Sony Xperia handset to abandon the 3.5mm headphone jack. If this is a valid information, it is going to be a colossal disgrace for Sony. Based on the FCC diagrams the ID tag seems to be situated on the top of the device at the moment, the exact point the where the 3.5mm headphone jack is usually found. On earlier Sony Xperia handsets, this label was placed on the right or left side of the phone. Subsequently, you will discover a picture and table that reveals the installation of a paired USB and headphone connector cable.
There exists a solid possibility that this handset is one among the forthcoming flagship Sony Xperia smartphones. The files emphasize it bears overall proportions of 152 .79 x 72 .42 mm, with a 5 .7-inch display screen diagonal, and thus it’s unknown if Sony will go forward with a normal 16: 9 screen, or simply embrace the huge narrow 18: 9 aspect ratio display. You can view the details and diagrams from below given link to FCC site. We’ll keep you posted on its development.