ByKalie Depree 2020-02-03 1896
The 4K display screen previously used on Sony Xperia 1 phones has been well received by users, and if Sony releases a new phone in the near future, it may not miss such a design. However, the design of Sony's new flagship phone makes consumers happy and worried, because Sony does not use a 4K display on its previous product, the Xperia 5, but uses a 1080p screen, so it remains to be seen whether the next model will use a 4K screen.
In addition, the news also revealed that Sony's flagship mobile phone in 2020 will adopt Qualcomm's newly released Snapdragon865 mobile platform, which will support dual-mode 5G networking; it will use a 6.6inch display screen, which will still be 21 megapixels 9; and the rear quad camera, will be 64 million pixel lens + 12 megapixels lens + 12 megapixels lens + ToF camera.
Whether it is a 4K display or not, I think the phone designed by Sony can give people a very exquisite impression of this product, from the appearance design to the proportional design of the display screen, which is different from other models on the market. Today, with the serious homogenization of the mobile phone market, the use of a different mobile phone may become one of the ways for consumers to express their unique personality.
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