The first smartphone to feature a 4K OLED screen

The OLED screen on the Sony Xperia 1 has neither a notch nor a bezel, but has a fancy 21: 9 aspect ratio.

The Xperia 1 is the world’s first phone to feature a 4K 3,840 x 1,644 pixel screen with OLED panel technology. The 6.5-inch screen has the same resolution as the TV models and is higher than many other new high-end phones like the iPhone XS Max or Galaxy S10 +. To optimize the ability to play mobile movies, Sony also uses a 21: 9 aspect ratio that makes the device longer than conventional Android smartphones and integrated X1 image processing chip, HDR technology and Dolby Atmos sound. like in TV Bravia.

Xperia 1 is the next generation, replacing Sony’s previous high-end smartphones, the Xperia XZ and Xperia XZ Premium. Machine retains typical design of Sony with metal frame and two glass sides with good finishing quality. However, the back of the glass easily sticks to fingerprints.

Sony does not follow the trend of overflow screen or rabbit ears. The front camera of the device has a resolution of 8 megapixels lower than the general level of 12 megapixels on today’s high-end models.

Xperia 1 is the first Sony phone to feature a triple-lens camera. The 12-megapixel main camera uses a 1 / 2.6-inch sensor, f / 1.6 lens that supports both electronic and optical stabilization, and Dual Pixel fast focusing. The other two cameras are 16 mm super wide angle tubes and 2X 52 mm telephoto tubes.

Sony Xperia 1 does not have an in-screen fingerprint sensor that uses the integrated power button sensor on the right side.

Despite the upgrade in configuration, performance in the new model of Sony is not equal to the Galaxy S10 and newer Android smartphones from China when the highest version has 6 GB RAM, instead of 12 GB as rivals. However, the Japanese manufacturer also uses Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 processor and integrates optimal gaming features.

The battery is not too big, 3,300 mAh, supports fast charging. Sony has also removed the 3.5mm headphone jack on its new smartphone.

It runs Android 9 with Sony’s typical interface. Sony still uses the drawn sim slot, so despite the IP68 waterproof feature, if the sim slot is not carefully closed, the device will easily get into the water