Monday, February 27, 2017
Sony is trying to make 4K phone screens a thing, but who really needs one?
At the ongoing Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona today, Sony unveiled its Xperia XZ Premium flagship phone with a bevy of impressive-sounding features – the most notable of which is the 4K HDR display. The Android 7.1-based handset has a lot going for it, including the all-new Snapdragon 835 chipset with a 1Gbps LTE for quick downloads, water and dust resistance, high-resolution audio playback and a 13-megapixel Motion Eye camera that’s said to be five times faster at snapping and shooting pictures, as well as capable of capturing 960fps super slow motion video. But what’s the need for 4K…
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