in the past few years, Sony phones landed in the United States like lead balloons.Its phone doesn’t Get a lot of support from the carrier or the room on the retail shelf. But with the emergence of the new Xperia 1 Mark III, Sony may make a comeback.
This Xperia 1 III has Sony’s iconic minimalist style, but Equipped with the world’s first mobile phone variable telephoto camera, and The first 4K HDR OLED mobile display with 120Hz refresh rate.
The new variable telephoto camera of Xperia 1 III marks a major advancement in smartphone photography, because Sony can use 2.9x zoom (70mm) and 4x zoom (105mm) to provide 2.9x zoom (70mm) and 4x zoom ( 105mm) instead of using multiple cameras to provide different focal lengths. A single camera sensor, which relies on moving optical elements to switch between two zoom ranges at will.Unfortunately, Xperia 1 III still can’t zoom between these two focal lengths like on traditional cameras with typical zoom lenses, but for people who are worried about the ever-increasing size of smartphone camera modules, Sony’s implementation suggests more Elegant and refined support method Wide zoom.
Most importantly, by drawing on industry-leading technology,By tracking its usage on the Alpha mirrorless, Sony now supports real-time Eye AF on all rear cams (12-MP main lens) of Xperia 1 III, 12 MP telephoto, 12 MP ultra wide-angle and additional time-of-flight depth sensor), continuous shooting speeds up to 20 fps.
Sony even redesigned its camera app to give users more control over photo settings, while also adding a new simplified shooting mode to prevent people from getting overwhelmed when they just want to take photos quickly.
When you want to view photos and videos, the 6.5-inch OLED display of Xperia 1 Mark III has 120Hz refresh rate, 4K resolution, and supports HDR, 10-bit color and the tuning function of Sony Bravia TV, which should provide the best Viewing experience Samsung handphone. Similar to Sony as Xperia Pro, You can even connect Xperia 1 III to some cameras with an HDMI to USB-C cable and use the phone as an external monitor.
Xperia 1 III is equipped with High-level specifications, Including Snapdragon 888 chip, 12GB RAM, at least 256GB storage space and side-mounted fingerprint sensor, in addition to 3.5mm audio jack and microSD card slot and other functions, the latter is Something Samsung chopped off on recent Galaxy S phones. Sony even includes a convenient dedicated shutter button that can really bring home the phone’s camera function.
Although audio is often overlooked on mobile phonesSony said Xperia 1 III front stereo speakers accounted for 40% Louder than before, while also supporting The new 360 Reality audio and spatial audio are designed to provide a richer and more immersive listening experience. Oops, Sony even comes with a 4,500 mAh battery (measured by Sony’s standards) and a faster 30W Wired charging, including Qi wireless and reverse wireless charging functions.
I haven’t had a chance to check out Experience Xperia 1 III in person, and the more I learn, the more excited I am about Sony’s next flagship mobile device. When I was looking for something in a high-end phone, it ticked almost all the boxes, and even came with things such as a headphone jack, while other well-known brands such as Samsung, OnePlus, etc. have been declining recently.And, as Sony integrates more technologies from other gadgets departments, it really makes Sony feel like it can finally be in it. Xperia 1 Mark III. (However, I still hope to see more influence from the PlayStation team.)
in case You like the overall design and specifications of the Xperia 1 Mark III, but want to use a more compact product. Sony also announced the Xperia 5 Mark III, which is almost the same phone (minus the variable telephoto camera). But there is a Smaller 6-inch screen.
Currently, my only concern is that even when Snapdragon 888 technically supports Xperia 1 III, even on Verizon (which is Sony’s preferred carrier in the US), Xperia 1 III only supports 5G below 6Ghz, but MmWave 5G is not supported. For unlocked models on other operators, Xperia 1 III is limited to 4G LTE, which could be a major blow to anyone planning to use a mobile phone for more than two years, and may also harm general retail availability.
Unfortunately, Sony has not announced the specific price or listing information of Xperia 1 Mark III or Xperia 5 Mark III, but you can bet that I will keep staring at me.