Sony Xperia 1, the world’s first phone with OLED 4K display launched: Specifications, features

    Mobile World Congress 2019: Sony launches new premium Xperia 1 smartphone with 4K OLED display. Check out full specifications and features of the phone.
    By: KUL BHUSHAN
    | Updated on: Feb 25 2019, 13:37 IST
    Sony Xperia 1 launched at Mobile World Congress
    Sony Xperia 1 launched at Mobile World Congress (Sony)
    Sony Xperia 1 launched at Mobile World Congress
    Sony Xperia 1 launched at Mobile World Congress (Sony)

    Sony on Monday launched a new flagship smartphone, Xperia 1, touted as the world's first phone to offer 4K OLED display. The smartphone comes with unique 21:9 aspect ratio.

    Sony Xperia 1 has a 6.5-inch display and supports BT2020 mode for high dynamic range screen. The company said Netflix will also add support for BT2020 mode. For audio, Sony Xperia 1 has Dolby Atmos.

    Sony Xperia X1 features a triple-rear camera setup. This includes three 12-megapixel sensors. The setup also features an ultra-wide angle lens and telephoto lens. Xperia 1 also comes with an eye auto focus technology which allows the phone to capture sharper portrait shots.

    The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of RAM. The phone is available in 64GB and 128GB storage options. The smartphone supports up to 512GB expandable storage via a microSD card. It's powered by a 3,300mAh battery.

     

    Other key features of the phone include IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. The two sides of the Xperia 1 are protected by Gorilla Glass 6 protection.

    Sony Xperia 1 will be hit the shelves later this year. The price of the phone hasn't been announced yet.

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