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Sony can never be described as generic. The 6.5-inch, 120 Hz OLED has a crazy 643 PPI because to this manufacturer being the only one in the world to ship “4K” (38401644) smartphones. We’ve seen some of these up close—Sony’s densest smartphone displays once reached 801 PPI—and they always seemed to be much more advanced than what anyone could see from a reasonable distance. A camera shutter button and symmetrical top and bottom bezels are two additional features that are exclusively Sony. A side power button fingerprint reader is also present. I’m beginning to believe that the reason this entire design was created was because Sony’s expensive 4K displays don’t allow any of the common under-screen components, such as a hole punch camera or an in-screen fingerprint reader.
This phone has a lot of beautiful textures all around it. The back is still made of glass, but it has a small diamond-shaped indentation that appears to be in the glass rather than beneath it. According to Sony, it has a “functional tactile design,” so you can apparently feel it. The camera shutter button has diamond knurling, and the band that surrounds the phone’s edge is ribbed. The glass also has a matte texture that looks sleek.
The device’s specifications include a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 5000 mAh battery with 30 W cable charging and “wireless charging support” but no voltage information. That often signifies 5 W. There is a microSD slot and a headphone jack. The majority of smartphone cameras in use today are supplied by Sony, and some manufacturers even put Sony model numbers next to each camera sensor. Sony, who likely uses a lot of Sony sensors, doesn’t provide model names, though. You receive a main 52 MP sensor along with 12 MP wide-angle and telephoto lenses. The primary sensor is only 1/1.35 inches in size, which is smaller than some other phones’ extraordinarily robust 1-inch Sony sensors.
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The Xperia 1 V costs a staggering $1,399, which is often the biggest drawback of a Sony phone. The Samsung Galaxy S23+, which has a screen size of 6.6 inches, costs $999, while the Ultra variant, which has additional features but lacks a 4K display, costs $200 less at $1,199. Costing $1,099 is a 256GB iPhone Pro Max. It is pricey.
Sony will simply ship you one from their website; you won’t find this in a store in the US. In my estimation, the cellular band support shown in the gallery has all the necessary bands for T-Mobile and AT&T. Preorders are currently available, and the earliest delivery date is July 28.