New leak with photos and details about Xperia Z1 and QX10 and QX100 accessories
Sony will keep our attention until the very last moment before its official press-event before IFA and then it will fascinate its fans with some big announcements of innovative camera-related devices. A new great set of high-resolution photos has been shared on XperiaBlog to give us a final glimpse on the device before it is officially presented in the mobile world. The new Sony Xperia Z1 sports unique stylish design, dressed in waterproof panel (yes, this is confirmed already). For fans of large-sized smartphones, Xperia Z1 boasts a 5-inches screen with a resolution of 1080p.
The new device will work with Snapdragon 800 chipset quad-core, clocked at 2.2GHz. The most impressive feature of the smartphone is its 20.7MP camera. If you wonder why this camera is so extraordinary, there are a few details about it that might give you a better idea: it will work with BIONZ engine for mobile processing, Sony G Lens with a 27 millimeters wide angle and with f/2.0 aperture. In addition for those of you who are aware of the tech advantages of the cameras, the snapper of Sony Xperia Z1 has 1/2.3-type Exmor RS for mobile CMOS image sensor. The new device will be able to take 61 images in 2 seconds thanks to the great functionality of the Timeshift Burst feature. The smartphone will provide 16GB storage for its owners with the support for microSD cards for additional space. In terms of connectivity, Xperia Z1 will support 4G LTE networks and all the popular connectivity features that a mobile user needs. The phone is an Android running device that will fascinate its owners with simple user interface and tons of features and capabilities.
The rest of the interesting gadgets, accessories and devices that Sony will present at the event include the QX10 with 18.2MP at expected price of $250 and QX100 with 20.2MP at expected price of $500. They will be compatible with Android running devices with 3.1 or newer update and iOS. The accessories are purposed to be attached to the camera module of devices.