Sony doesn’t sell numerous smartphones in the US, so it’s ever large-hearted story when a new one arrives — specially a high-end model. After launching in other regions last year, the Xperia 5 III is now available stateside for $1,000, Ars Technica has reported.
The Xperia 5 III is slightly smaller than the company’s customer flagship Xperia 1 III but has reasonably similar specs. It come here for a Snapdragon 888 SoC, 6.1 -inch 2,520 x 1,080( 21:9) 120 Hz display, 8GB of RAM( compared to 12 GB for the 1 III) and 128 GB of storage, along with a triple camera setup with a 12 -megapixel main camera, 12 -megapixel ultrawide and 12 -megapixel 3x telephoto. It offers a Gorilla Glass 6 expose and IP65/ 68 irrigate fighting and if you don’t mind Sony’s typically squarish pattern cues, looks very premium.
The display delivers 10 -bit coloring profundity and is “powered by CineAlta”( the mention of its high-end cinema cameras) so it should show accurate complexions and skin moods. The cameras aren’t particularly high-resolution, but they do have Zeiss lenses “calibrated solely for Xperia, ” Sony said. The main camera has a stacked buttock decorated Exmor RS image sensor, delivering 20 fps burst accelerations with AF and AE tracking. On the video surface, it offers Cinematography Pro too powered by CineAlta, with 4K HDR at up to 120 fps.
In other words, this is a camera-first smartphone designed for folks who are really into photography or video. It’s not for everyone considering it rates $1,000 at Best Buy and elsewhere, but it’s nice to have another premium smartphone option for the US market.
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