Sony Xperia XA2 32 GB Android O UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Black

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Sony Xperia XA2 32 GB Android O UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Black
Sony Xperia XA2 32 GB Android O UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Black



  • 23MP camera with 1/2.3 inch Exmor RS for mobile image sensor with hybrid autofocus quick launch and capture and also features 84 degree wide-angle F2.0 lens with zoom steadyshot
  • Front camera 8MP 120 Degree super wide
  • 5, 2 inches FHD (423ppi)
  • Fingerprint sensor. Large 3300 mAh battery
  • Metallic design. Diamond-cut aluminium top & bottom. Loop surface

Additional information

Specification: Sony Xperia XA2 32 GB Android O UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Black


1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

7 x 0.97 x 14.2 cm, 171 Grams

Date First Available

16 Jan. 2018


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6 reviews for Sony Xperia XA2 32 GB Android O UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Black

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  1. Mike Nelson

    My last phone went the same way as many others – a smashed screen so time for a replacement.

    My last phone had Android 7 so this is hardly any different with just a few tweaks to the user interface.

    As mentioned by others the second SIM (if you select that option) uses the space where a MicroSD card would go. Over 11Gb of the 32Gb seems to get used up by the system so I also have a 64Gb MicroSD card.

    Beware it installs several system updates all over 200Mb so hopefully you have a nice fast WiFi broadband connection (or do them where one is available).

    At night the battery is about 60% so it really has to be charged daily (comes with a charger and has a USB-C connection).

    The finger print reader seems to work and I just hold the phone in one hand with my finger on the pad (on the phone back) to wake it up and unlock it.

    Works so far okay with my Bluetooth TomTom and my Sony headphones (plus a few other gadgets I have).

    Anything I don’t like? Yes, the buttons on the side are too easy to…

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  2. Smoph

    After many years of having an iPhone I finally decided to switch and I wish I had done it sooner! I went from having to charge my phone several times a day to having to charge my phone once and it lasting several days! I have had this phone about 5 Months now and have had no problems at all! It’s easy to use, the battery is great and I have dropped it a few times with no signs of damage! Can’t complain and I got it for a great price and I didn’t have to buy a top up like you do in phone shops!

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  3. Dkl01

    I’ve been using for nearly 18mths now. Compared to my test phone on the same network, it shows a lower signal strength. The battery life seems okay in general everyday use. The most annoying thing is the proximity sensor when talking with the phone against your ear. As your talking the screen most come on and your cheek switches off the microphone. As the person your calling starts saying are you there!!! This is really annoying. I’ve looked on the internet and it is not just me, it seems to be quite a lot of people, with no fix in sight. Compared to my previous Xperia phones, I would say this has had the most issues. As usual with Sony, updates take quite a while to appear (months we are talking, not one, try 6mths + in some cases), compared to android one phones (phones with vanilla android, such as some Motorola’s, Nokia’s and of course Pixel’s, just to name a few). I’m on the latest OS, android 9 build 50.2.A.0.400. Photos are fine, sdcard use is a bit flakey, dropping off…

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  4. Just a Customer

    Sony’s XA2 is a superb mid-range phone with a solid build quality and large, crisp HD display. The camera is excellent and although is limited by the lens, takes clear, colourful photos especially in the 16:9 20MP setting. Verticals at the edges tend to be bowed.

    The CPU is the same as in the newer Xperia 10 but the phone has a larger battery and more conventional screen which makes for good battery life.

    I briefly tried an XZ1 which was the top-end phone once, but sadly though snappier all round, battery life was terrible. The XA2 is almost as good generally but is easier to live with.

    Comes with MH410c earphones, USB cable and UCH20 charger.

    Yes it is heavier than some but this is because it is made from metal and glass and has that larger battery.

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  5. Tim Moore

    I bought an XA2 to replace an old Z3. This is my third Sony mobile as I find them durable and I like the Android interpretation. The Z3 battery appeared to be getting tired, only lasting about a day compared to about 2,days when new. Otherwise it was working fine. The XA2, is also lasting about 2 days on a charge. It is a bit thicker than the Z3, but feels pretty durable for it. The transfer of my data worked fine once I had enabled the nfc on the Z3, although there are some account credentials that don’t get passed across.
    Overall I am happy with the phone, although I have had it for less than a week. I think the price is fair for a major brand device with 32GB internal storage, a reasonably fast processor, good screen etc. It cost just over half what I paid for the Z3 nearly 4 years ago. The Z3 has only 16GB internal storage.
    Update after 2 months of ownership and use. Still very happy with XA2. No issues experienced. The screen cover the phone came with is still fitted and is far…

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  6. Ashley

    Upgraded from a Sony z3 compact after the screen started to break, and the battery was lasting a couple hours… after 3 years. I wanted to stick with a Sony product as I have found that there quality compared to other phones I’ve had are superior. And boy was I not disappointing. This thing is a beast, Amazing looking screen that gets bright, a nice size battery that lasts way more than a day “Even Whilst Gaming and Watching Videos!”, and a really decent camera. The finger print scanner is quick and works well, and so far I have had zero problems with this phone. It also came with a screen protector pre-installed which is a bonus.

    In the box I received all the standard stuff, Wall plug, Usb type-C cable, and a pair of Earphones. I haven’t tried them yet as I have a nice pair of AKG’s but they look high quality, The audio from the speaker is also really loud at full volume, louder than any phone I have had before anyway. Talking about high quality this phone feels great and high-end…

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