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Sony Xperia X Premium specs: New device expected to have HDR display, brightest display for a smartphone

Sony Xperia X Premium Specs: New Device Expected To Have HDR Display, Brightest Display For A Smartphone(Sony)

Latest rumor speculates that Sony Mobile will have the new and upcoming Sony Xperia X Premium to not only sport premium level specs but an ultra-bright display that is set to be the brightest that a smartphone will have to date as well, among others. During the Mobile World Congress this year in Barcelona, Spain, Sony launched the new line of flagship smartphones that will replace the previous Xperia Z line of flagship. The X series were introduced with the Xperia X, Xperia XA, and Xperia X Performance as the first members of the line. Now, the rumor mill is hot on the new alleged member of the Xperia X line of flagship. Gearing up to replace the Xperia Z5 Premium that was released last year, Sony is reportedly working on the new Xperia X Premium, and it will allegedly sport display properties that are undeniably “premium,” even when compared to other flagship smartphones of the year.

According to a report by Phone Radar1, the upcoming Sony Xperia X premium is set to sport a display technology that features ultra-bright display at 1,000 nits that can go even further at 1,300 nits. To compare, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Xiaomi Mi 5 only have 855 and 600 nits, respectively. Additionally, it is expected to have a 10-bit HDR display with a color depth of up to 1.07 billion. Other than the display, the new device is expected to have the same specs as that of the Xperia X Performance. This means that it will run under a Snapdragon 820 chipset with an Adreno 530 GPU.

It is expected to pack 3GB RAM. Additional feature includes a USB Type-C port. Since sporting a display property such as what was rumored will require battery life, it is expected that Sony will put a battery to the X Premium that can keep up with the ambitious features of the device.

References

  1. ^ Phone Radar (phoneradar.com)

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