Sony has just unveiled a new flagship smartphone, and given the initial impressions, it may be right on the money for fans of the film.
The Sony Xperia 1 III is notable not only for its terrible name, but also for its screen that measures 6.5 inches, has an astonishing 1644 × 3840 resolution (yes, it’s 4K) and a 120Hz refresh rate.
Crucially, this is an unusual part of the 21: 9 ratio, which corresponds to most Hollywood films. If all these reasons are taken together, it can mean just the right smartphone, if you like to watch movies on the go.
Of course, Arsenal, Sony’s latest and biggest smartphone, has more than just a divine display.
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The rear camera set up, which boasts the Zeiss branding, is made up of a main wide angle lens, a telephoto sensor, and an ultra wide lens (clocking each at 12-megapixels), plus a 0.3-megapixel depth sensor . Telephoto is the real attraction here, as it can switch between 105mm and 70mm focal lengths.
If you like shooting movies as well as watching them then you may be in luck here, as it is capable of shooting 4K footage at 120fps with optical image stabilization.
For internal, it runs on Snapdragon 888 5G chipset, is the same top-flight Qualcomm processor that powers the OnePlus 9 Pro, and has got a 4500mAh battery. A nice finishing touch, at least for any audiophiles, is that it retains the 3.5mm headphone jack that has been consumed by many other flagship phones in recent years.
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Sony is hoping that it will greatly improve the standing of the latest flagship brand’s smartphone, as its other tech products, such as the camera and TV, have performed excellently, it doesn’t seem to go head-to-head with the likes of Samsung. Is when it comes to the performance of the phone. We are certainly impressed by all the specs we have seen so far, but you will have to wait for our in-depth review to hear your verdict on the Sony Xperia 1 III.