Sony has announced the launch of Xperia PRO-I, based on the concept of the camera first and phone second. This will be Sony’s step to stand out in the battle of camera-based smartphone supremacy as it has launched Xperia PRO-I just 12-hours after the launch of Google’s Pixel 6 Pro or the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The Sony Xperia Pro comes with a 6.5″ 120Hz OLED screen of 3,840×1, 644-pixel resolution and it also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC processor, and this model should work on 4G and sub-6GHz 5G networks. There is a 4,500mAh battery that can be fast-charged at 30W, a microSDXC card slot, 12GB RAM along 512GB internal storage.
The Sony Xperia Pro smartphone will work on Android 11. The smartphone has a 3.5mm audio jack for inventors who require plugging in a mic, and a sturdy hole to slide in a wrist strap for security purposes.
The smartphone has one 8-megapixel camera nearby its front and three 12-megapixel cameras on the back including a main, ultrawide, and telephoto. These cameras appear low-resolution and they hold very few but larger 2.4µm pixels. Each pixel will capture more particulars, such as more vigorous range and higher deepness of pitch.
The smartphone’s back cameras use three glass lenses from Zeiss Tessar. It’s key 24mm lens comes up with T* anti-reflective coating. It has an aspherical element and includes glass optics, which is rare for a smartphone. The camera lens also has a dual-aperture design that will allow users to switch between f/2.0 and f/4.0 with carnal rounded aperture diaphragms.
The Xperia PRO-I contains various manual and automatic shooting modes. You can utilize the Photography Pro application to modify camera settings. It also has a shutter release on the side which provides half-press for focus and full-press for image capture.
Pre-orders of Xperia PRO-I will start in the United States on October 28, with shipments starting from December 10. The smartphone will be available from the company’s authorized dealers priced at $1,800.Sony will offer accessories for the smartphone, including Vlog Monitor costing around $200 and a leather case priced at $90.