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The $1,000 Sony Xperia 5 III is finally on sale in the US

The $1,000 Sony Xperia 5 III is finally on sale in the US

Sony doesn’t sell many smartphones in the US, so it’s always big news when a new phone arrives – especially the luxury model. After launching in other regions last year, the Xperia 5 III . has become available now state for 1000 dollars, آرس تکنيكا reporting.

The Xperia 5 III is a bit smaller than the company’s flagship consumer phone Xperia 1 III But it has quite similar specifications. It comes with a Snapdragon 888 SoC, a 6.1-inch 2,520 x 1,080 (21:9) 120Hz display, 8GB of RAM (compared to 12GB for the 1 III) and 128GB of storage, along with a host of 12MP Triple Camera, 12MP Ultra Wide and 12MP 3x primary camera. It offers a Gorilla Glass 6 display, IP65/68 water resistance, and if you don’t mind Sony’s square design features, it looks high-quality.

The screen offers 10-bit color depth and is “powered by CineAlta” (its high-end name cinema cameras) to show color accuracy and skin tones. Sony said the cameras aren’t particularly high-resolution, but they do have Zeiss lenses “calibrated specifically for the Xperia”. The main camera houses an Exmor RS back-illuminated image sensor, which delivers burst speeds of 20fps with AF tracking and AE. On the video side, it offers Cinematography Pro also powered by CineAlta, with 4K HDR at speeds up to 120fps.

In other words, this is the first in-camera smartphone designed for people who love photography or video. Not for everyone considering the costs 1000 dollars at Best Buy and elsewhere, but it’s good that there’s another premium smartphone option for the US market.

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