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This afternoon, Sony released a brand unique flagship arrangement, Xperia 1 Ⅱ (pronounced as Xperia 1 Ticket Ⅱ). Sony Xperia 1 Ⅱ comes with triple rear cameras, all 12MP, equivalent to diverse focal lengths, and a Sony 3D iTOF sensor. On the other hand, surprisingly, the Sony Xperia 1 Ⅱ makes spend of a Zeiss optical technology. Even though Sony and Zeiss’ lens cooperation dates reduction to 1995, till at the present time’s release of Xperia 1 Ⅱ, Sony has no longer feeble Zeiss optical substances in smartphones.


Now, Sony and Zeiss possess announced a proper partnership that can even prolong to smartphones. Sony Xperia 1 II is the major Sony smartphone with a ZEISS optical arrangement.

Sony’s unique flagship smartphone, the Xperia 1 II, will seemingly be geared up with ZEISS optical systems and T (T-Megastar) anti-reflection coatings to toughen image quality and provide shoppers with the handiest photographic ride. Xperia 1 II presents the world’s first smartphone, with up to 20fps2 AF / AE monitoring continuous taking pictures and 5G connectivity, offering a total artistic entertainment ride.

For Nokia fans, this can even be gruesome. Nokia telephones now no longer possess outlandish entry to ZEISS optical systems. On the other hand, ZEISS seems to be to be to be searching for unique partnerships. It hopes to accumulate its optical substances obtainable on an rising series of smartphones. This is in a position to give the company a broader industrial significance.


Sony Xperia 1 Specs

Intimately, Xperia 1  Ⅱ makes spend of a 12mm digicam with 16mm focal length, f / 2.2 aperture; a 70mm 12MP sensor with f / 2.4 aperture; a 24mm 12MP sensor with f / 1.7 aperture; and at final a 3D iToF sensor. The digicam module combines Sony’s Exmor RS sensor, BIONZ processor technology, to boot to Zeiss’ optical technology.

By means of configuration, the Xperia 1   makes spend of a 6.5-dash HDR OLED conceal. This relate has a decision of three,840 x 1,644, 643ppi, 90Hz refresh fee, 21: 9 relate ratio and a Corning Gorilla Glass 6 for safety.



Below the hood, this smartphone comes with a Snapdragon 865 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 256GB flash memory. The body has a headphone jack and dual speakers. The battery is 4,000 mAh, supports 21W USB-PD charging, and 15W wi-fi charging. It measures 166 x 72 x 7.9mm, weighs 181g, and is equipped in unlit and crimson.

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