Sony, one of the most rooted companies in the smartphone market, continues to bring dynamism to the market with its new flagships. The Japanese technology giant, which attracted attention with the 4K-screen Xperia 1 II in February, now raises its targets with its flagship Snapdragon 888. According to the news we received from foreign sources, Sony; Equipped with the Snapdragon 888 and is preparing to launch a new phone with a 4K display. This phone will be the successor to the Xperia 1 II and will be called the Sony Xperia 1 Ⅲ.


As you know, Japanese technology giant Sony launched the first 4K OLED display Xperia 1 II model in February. This phone had the best title in the market with its screen. Now the company will continue this series with Sony Xperia 1 III. Let’s take a look at the leaks about the new Xperia flagship;


Xperia 1 III to come with 4K OLED HDR display

The Xperia 1 III model, which Sony has been working on for a while, will come with a 4K OLED screen, just like the previous Xperia 1 II. This 6.5 inch phone will have an aspect ratio of 21: 9 and will also support 90Hz refresh rate. Generally speaking, the screen features are the same. However, in the new model, the company will increase the screen brightness by 15%.

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In other respects, the Xperia 1 III model will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest chipset Snapdragon 888. In addition, this model will support 5G; It will have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory. Not only that. Sony will also make the new flagship waterproof and dustproof. It will have IP65 / 58 certificates in it.

Generally speaking, the Xperia 1 III will not come with very top features, except for the routine changes of the processor and screen. However, it is said that the company’s new phone will undergo a change in the camera module. Because in this period when high lenses are fighting, it is not suitable for a company like Sony not to be a partner. That’s why Xperia 1 III is expected to come with high-end cameras. But there is no clear information about the resolutions yet. We have no choice but to wait for the exact information.


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