Sony Xperia 1 Smartphone

Feb 26, 2019

Category: Tech

While the rest of the world is in a frenzy over the latest foldable smartphone technology, Sony is quietly unveiling a new, niche handset that’s catered toward the media-lovers of the world. The brand’s opulent Xperia 1 offers a wide display that’s perfect for observation while promoting a professional color reproduction system that’s been industry proven.

The new Xperia 1 boasts a CinemaWide 21:9 4K HDR OLED display, ushering in a new era for dynamic smartphone users who want the visual acuity found in high-range monitor setups, without the bulk and price. A proprietary “Creator Mode” built and tuned by CineAlta provides professionally tailored color reproduction, while a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, a 12MP triple lens camera system, and Dolby Atmos compatibility give users the freedom to create and curate as they please. On top of it all, a water-resistance rating of IP65/68 gives the handset a durable, protective layer of defense against the elements — perfect for anyone who’s looking to pair high-end tech with outdoor utilization.

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