Oct 16, 2016 03:28 PM EDT
Sony Xperia XZ: Sony’s New Crown Jewel and New Flagship Smartphone With Advanced Camera Quality and Improved Display [Video]
Sony has been known to provide great camera technology on its flagship phones. Sony Xperia XZ is no exception.
Sony's new crown jewel the Xperia XZ brings to focus a 23-megapixel triple image sensing technology in its rear camera. The three sensors on board feature an imaging sensor for movement, laser autofocus for distance, and an RGBC-IR sensor for accurate color reproduction.
South China Morning Post reports, the camera features the 1/2.3" Exmor RS image sensor (front camera), the 24mm G Lens, and Sony's Bionz image processing and five-axis image stabilization. What that means is you get to take great photos in daylight or night with the Sony Xperia XZ. Likewise, the improved 22 mm wide-angle lens of its 13-megapixel front camera makes for great selfies.
The Xperia XZ can shoot video in 4K at 30fps. The only drawback is that there is no optical image stabilization. The smartphone carries Sony's X-reality engine that automatically improves movies and pictures when active giving the shot more depth and detail. Once toggled, the Super Vivid mode enhances colors making them pop off the 5.2-inch, Full HD 1080p TRILUMINOS curved glass display.
From Sony, the full specs of the Xperia XZ boast of a Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 820, 64-bit Quad-core processor, a 3GB of RAM. The GPU is an Adreno 530 chipset. Its built-in storage of 32GB for single SIM units and 64GB for dual SIM is expandable to 256GB using a microSD card.
Added features of the Xperia XZ includes a fingerprint sensor, a 2900 mAh Li-Ion (non-removable) battery and support for PS4 Remote Play. The Xperia XZ is water and dust resistant running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The whole package is encased in high purity ALKALEIDOTM and comes in three colors: blue, black and platinum.
For additional information, you may check out the Sony Xperia XZ by clicking here.
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