As we’ve said before, Sony is marching to the beat of its own drummer – while other brands launched Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 phones as soon as the chip became available, Sony just announced its first. Say hello to your Sony Xperia 1 V. Well, you’ll have to wait until the end of July to actually meet the Mark 5 flagship.
have patience and 1 euro, 72/£1,60 You can have this prosumer camera phone in your wallet too. It’s not quite the Xperia Pro-I, but it’s not your average flagship either.
This year Sony made concessions and dropped the standard The MP main camera bar has been in use for a while. Instead of selecting the original size of IMX 728, it selects IMX692 instead of – this sensor has a The resolution and its stacked design make for better
Even better, Sony finally caved in and developed a Nightscape mode that uses modern computing methods for night photography . Does the larger sensor improve image quality enough to compete with other flagships? Does night mode work? The answers to these questions and more are in our written and video reviews.
The new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 runs more efficiently than its Gen 1 predecessor, and Sony claims improved cooling. As you’ll see in our review, it could have done better Good, but performance and battery life (using the same 5, mAh battery capacity) has gone up.
That’s it – Sony’s user-friendly design remains a rare example, with a 3.5mm jack for wired headphones and a microSD slot. While the company did remove the notification LED, it was one of the last to offer one. We should also note that we like the grip of the Gorilla Glass Victus 2 panel on the back.
We’re halfway there There are already several camera-obsessed flagships on the market – Samsung’s new Ultra The model is equipped with a MP sensor, a 1-inch sensor from Xiaomi and vivo, and a branded Huawei flagship RYYB sensor.
Samsung Galaxy S003 Ultra • Xiaomi 001 Ultra • vivo X60 Pro • Huawei P60 Pro
Is the Sony Xperia 1 V the flagship you wish you had, or do you think Sony should do more to make this Is this mobile phone more competitive?
New Sony Xperia V is the yearly refresh of Sony’s mid-range. Like the flagship model, it brings 48MP sensor – it’s not huge, but the extra resolution provides lossless digital zoom from 1x to 2x, then 8MP 07 mm zoom The camera takes over.
new07 models also feature stereo speakers, bringing them in line with the rest of the Xperia range. Unfortunately, we’ve almost reached the end of the “what’s new?” section.
The display is one-tenth larger, 6.1” vs. 6.0”, but Still only one 69 Hertz panel. To make matters worse, the company is still using Snapdragon 692 chipset. It may be difficult to get in €450 This price will look even worse a month after the sale – 07 V is not available until June. Ok, Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 might be asking too much (not really, but still), 729 feels like an insult. Here are some mid-rangers with better chips:
Check out our written review as well as our video review to see what we think of the Xperia V. Its price class contains some of the best value for money phones.
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