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Sony Experia XZ’s: A Smartphone camera ahead of its time

Sony Launched amazing smartphone Sony Experia XZ’s on 3rd April 2017 at price ₹49,900. The 5.2-inch IPS LCD with the full-HD TRILUMINOS display for smartphone and the design is pretty much identical to what we’ve already seen. Experia has advanced smartphone innovation yet, the new Motion Eye camera (camera can record slow motion video). Sony Experia XZ’s runs on Android Nougat 7.1.1 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, it has 4 GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, and 2,900mAH battery.

Sony Experia XZ's

 

Sony is known for making really good camera sensors for smartphones. The primary camera of Experia XZ’s is 19MP Motion Eye camera with 1.1cm Exmor RS(is a type of image sensor constructed on a silicon chip for a mobile device) currently with a 1.22 µm pixel pitch with Triple image sensing technology, Hybrid Autofocus 960fps(frames per seconds). It starts capturing video in 0.5 sec with super slow motion and it has 25 mm wide Sony’s award-winning G Lens F2.0x8 with Digital Zoom. Secondary Camera is 13MP with 8.3mm Exmor RS and it has also a Wide- angle lens with F2.0.

Sony Experia XZ's

The design of this Experia doesn’t really offer anything new. It is the same loop surface design that as earlier features on several Experia smartphones. The device is easy to hold and feel sturdy in your hand.

 

Features:

Operating System: Android Nougat 7.1.1

Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor

Display: 5.2 inches Full HD with pixel density of 424 ppi

Design: Dynamic Contrast Enhancers RGB 138% spectrum compared to standard videos (SDR) Corning Gorilla Glass

Primary Camera: 19MP Motion Eye™ camera

Secondary Camera: 13MP with 8.3mm Exmor RS 22mm Wide-angle lens F2.0

RAM: 4 GB

Internal Memory: 32 GB 

Battery: 2,900mAh Smart Stamina Qnovo Adaptive Charging(quick charge)

Durability: Water resistant (IP65/68)

Colour: Ice Blue, Black, and Warm Silver

We’re glad to see Sony bring its amazing camera technology from its Cyber-shot cameras to the realm of smartphones.

Audio is a big part of the Sony experience. By plugging in a pair of headphones, you can take advantage of the device’s built-in support for Hi-Res audio.