• Meet the Sony Xperia 1

    Sony has announced a new flagship at this year's Mobile World Congress. It's standout feature is it's super-tall 21:9 display. Maybe they'll sell a thumb extender to use with it...?



    A regular 16:9 screen ratio isnít able to show most movies in the way they are meant to be seen. A 21:9 aspect ratio is the original format for movies and still the industry standard. Whatís more, it lets you see even more of the apps and content you love.
    Sony Xperia 1
    6.5 inch 21:9 4K HDR OLED display, 1644 x 3840 pixels
    Triple 12 MP rear cameras: 16 mm / 26 mm with OIS / 52 mm with OIS
    8 MP selfie cam
    Snapdragon 855 processor
    6 GB RAM / 128 GB storage + microSD (up to 512 GB)
    3330 mAh battery
    Android 9 Pie
    Colours: Black, Grey, Purple, White
    Available: late spring 2019
    Price: rumoured to be 1099 CHF (around $1100 USD)

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    Sources: 91mobiles, Sony (1) (2)

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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Meet the Sony Xperia 1 started by acurrie View original post
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    1. cyberstoic's Avatar
      cyberstoic -
      I really like Sony phones, but for me the issue is will it work fully on T-Mobile US. The last few have not and so I avoided them. Hopefully this will.
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