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Mark Peters : March 4th 2017 - 09:57 CET

Sony slow-motion phone with Motion Eye camera


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SonySony Xperia XZ Premium delivers Super Slow-Motion video : This is the first Sony smartphone to feature a memory stacked Exmor RS sensor with technologies usually only found on Sony premium compact cameras, it provides 5x faster image scanning and data transfer. This means you can create sensational videos from your everyday moments by recording in 960 frames per second, providing Super slow motion video playback that is four times slower than other mobile handsets giving you more detail than has ever been possible in the palm of your hand. Sony Predictive Capture imaging technology stays one step ahead and automatically starts taking images when it detects motion before you press the button, so you can find a moment your eye may just have missed from a selection of up to four shots taken a second before you clicked.
Sony slow-motion phone

Sony slow-motion phone comes with premium G lens
The Sony slow-motion phone is powered by the cutting edge Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform, making it one of the very first smartphones capable of Gigabit Class LTE (up to 1Gbps). On top of this, the new 19 megapixel high resolution image sensor has 19% larger pixels to capture more light and provides exceptional detail and sharp pictures even in low-light and backlit conditions. Additional improvements have been made inside Motion Eye to the Bionz for mobile processing engine meaning it detects moving objects more precisely to enable Predictive Capture technology. Clarity, detail and texture are also improved to give exceptional image quality thanks to the redesigned Sony G lens with high optical performance.

Slow motion phone

Sony Xperia Tips and Xperia Actions
With so many advanced imaging technologies working in harmony, it is only fitting that the mobile phone has a harmonious design to match, making it beautiful on the inside and out. The exterior has an exquisite glass loop surface which when turned over reveals a luxurious mirrored effect on the back. Every aspect of the Xperia XZ Premium is unified, from its seamless flowing lines and intuitive fingerprint sensor power button to the new live wallpaper which moves the elegant loops as you swipe, to the colours you see on screen which are matched to the beautiful colours of the exterior. Sony Xperia Tips and new Xperia Actions offer you handy advice about the features you’re using and even suggests map downloads based on your location, all aimed at making life that little bit easier.

Premium mobile

Premium mobile experience
The premium mobile experience is continued through to the audio and gaming capabilities. High Resolution Audio playback allows you to hear every nuance and detail in a track as if you’re right there with the artist. Sony’s native DSEE HX technology even up-scales streamed tracks or MP3s to near High-res quality and if you connect with wireless speakers or headphones, LDAC ensures you don’t lose a drop of sound quality by transferring three times more audio data than normal Bluetooth. Working with your PlayStation 4 game console, you can play the latest cutting-edge games on your Xperia XZ Premium. Its advanced processing and fast memory access means gameplay is always smooth and responsive, plus the 4K screen and powerful stereo speakers make it feel like you’re actually in the game.

Sony Xperia XZ premium accessories

Sony Xperia XZ Premium accessories
The Xperia XZ Premium is available globally in in Luminous Chrome and Deepsea Black, from late Spring 2017. A range of supporting accessories will be available including the Sony UCH12W Quick Charger which offers hours of battery time by plugging in for just a few minutes and Bluetooth Headset with Speaker SBH56 which enables hands free talking through the loud speaker whilst multi-tasking and has a remote camera shutter.




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