This year's Mobile World Conference is flooded with folding phones and strange phones. Sony wants to give you extra screen properties, but in a more practical way.
Today, Sony announced Xperia 1, Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus. There are some differences between these phones, but they share a key quality: they all have a 21: 9 aspect ratio. As a reference, most phones and home theater systems have a 16: 9 aspect ratio.
What does this mean? Well, Sony's new Xperia line is ultra-wide (or ultra-high, depending on how you look at it). A 21: 9 aspect ratio is perfect for watching movies, and Sony suggests that Xperia can also be used to record and edit movies.
Xperia 1 is the flagship of the new Xperia line. As you can imagine, it is built for movie lovers. It has a 6.5 "4K OLED screen, a USB-C charging slot and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Inside the Xperia 1, 6 GB of RAM, a new Snapdragon 855 processor, and 128 GB of storage space with an expansion site are located. Also, three 12 MP cameras (telephoto, wide and super wide) capable of filming 4K video at 24 FPS, Sony suggests it is the perfect device for watching movies, shooting and editing videos or taking high-resolution images.
Xperia 10 (6.0 inches) and Xperia 10 Plus -inch) are just a little less impressive than Xperia 1. They do not have 4K OLED screens, but they can still record 4K video , although their cameras are more in the 8 MP series, they have less RAM of 3 GB and 4 GB respectively, slightly slower processors with Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 and 636, and only 64 GB of internal storage, but they still have MicroSD expansion tracks. 19659002] Xperia 10 and 10 Plus will be released on March 18, and they cost $ 380 respect $ 10,000. But Xperia 1 comes out sometime in the spring, and Sony hasn't announced a price point yet.
These phones are much more practical and exciting than some of the other phones we have seen, so you should keep an eye on them. Hopefully they are not so long that they fall out of people's pockets.
Sources: Android Police, Sony