In the afternoon of April 14, Sony announced today the new generation of flagship mobile phone Xperia 1 Ⅲ.
Although the Xperia 1 Ⅲ and its predecessor Xperia 1 Ⅱ are not much different in terms of the big appearance, there are many hardware upgrades.
Including 6.5-inch 4K 120Hz refresh rate OLED HDR display, Snapdragon 888 mobile chip, periscope telephoto lens, etc..
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Xperia 1 Ⅲ also retains a lot of Sony’s insistence, such as a non-shaped full screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio, a 3.5mm headphone jack, an independent shutter button, and side fingerprints.
In terms of imagery, the Alpha SLR team is still involved in the tuning this time. The three lenses are all 12 million pixels. In addition, they are equipped with 3D ToF sensors. The focal length is 16~106mm. The maximum aperture is F/1.7. Eye-controlled focusing, etc. Video supports 4K 120FPS recording, H.265 format, 5x slow motion, etc.
In terms of other basic parameters, 240Hz touch sampling rate (10bit color depth), 12GB RAM, 256GB ROM, support for memory card expansion (three selections and two card slots), IP68 dustproof and waterproof, wireless charging and wireless reverse charging, 4500mAh battery (30 (Watt wired fast charging), the whole machine is 186g, the measurements are 165 x 71 x 8.2mm, and the matte black and matte purple are optional.
In terms of advanced features,
Sony mentioned that the three cameras support dual PD focus, 70mm/105mm dual focus adjustable portrait mode,
dual stereo speakers loudness increased by 40%, USB-C 3.1 interface supports input of HDMI audio and video signals from SLR cameras, guaranteed for 3 years Healthy battery management technology, etc.
Xperia 1 Ⅲ is scheduled to go on sale this summer, and the price is expected to be the same as the previous generation, at US$1,200