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Sony Xperia 1

Not to be confused with Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, Sony Xperia E1, or Sony Xperia Z1.
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The Sony Xperia 1 is an Android smartphone manufactured and marketed by Sony. Part of Sony's flagship Xperia series, the device was announced to the public at a press conference held at the annual 2019 Mobile World Congress event on February 25, 2019. It is the world's first smartphone with an ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio 4K HDR OLED display, dubbed CinemaWide, and Sony's first triple lens camera system featuring Eye AF eye-tracking technology seen in the company's Alpha line of professional-grade cameras. The Xperia 1 was later joined by a more compact variant, the Xperia 5, which was revealed on 5 September 2019. Compared to the Xperia 1, the Xperia 5 has a smaller 1080p screen, a smaller battery and a non-centrally aligned camera module.

Sony Xperia 1
CodenameGriffin (PF13)
BrandSony
ManufacturerSony Mobile Communications
SloganCreativity awakens
SeriesSony Xperia
ModelJ8110
J8170
J9110
J9150 (Xperia 1 Professional Edition)
SO-03L (NTT Docomo)
SOV40 (au/Okinawa Cellular)
802SO (SoftBank)
Compatible networks
First released30 May 2019; 2 years ago (2019-05-30)
Availability by region30 May 2019; 2 years ago (2019-05-30) (United Kingdom)
5 June 2019; 2 years ago (2019-06-05) (Germany)
6 June 2019; 2 years ago (2019-06-06) (China)
14 June 2019; 2 years ago (2019-06-14) (Japan; SO-03L, SOV40 and 802SO models)
12 July 2019; 2 years ago (2019-07-12) (United States)
24 August 2019; 2 years ago (2019-08-24) (Malaysia)
29 August 2019; 2 years ago (2019-08-29) (Singapore)
25 October 2019; 2 years ago (2019-10-25) (Japan; J9150 Xperia 1 Professional Edition model)
28 August 2020; 14 months ago (2020-08-28) (Japan; J9110 SIM-unlocked model)
PredecessorSony Xperia XZ3
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium
SuccessorSony Xperia 1 II
RelatedSony Xperia XZ1
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium
Sony Xperia 5
TypePhablet
Form factorSlate
Dimensions167 mm (6.6 in) H
72 mm (2.8 in) W
8.2 mm (0.32 in) D
Mass178 g (6.3 oz)
Operating systemAndroid 9.0 "Pie"
upgradeable to Android 11
System on chipQualcomm Snapdragon 855
CPUOcta-core (1x 2.84 GHz Gold Prime, 3x 2.42 GHz Gold, 4x 1.8 GHz Silver) Kryo 485
GPUAdreno 640
Memory6 GB LPDDR4X RAM
StorageUniversal Flash Storage (UFS 2.1)
64 GB (SO-03L, SOV40 and 802SO models)
128 GB (Toshiba THGAF8T0T43BAIR; J8110, J8170, J9110 and J9150 models)
Removable storagemicroSD, expandable up to512 GB
BatteryNon-removable Li-ion3330 mAh
rated capacity:3200 mAh
Data inputsSensors:
Display6.5 in (170 mm) 21:9 CinemaWide™ 4K (3840 x 1644) HDR OLED, ~643 pixel density, Gorilla Glass 6, 10-bit(1.07B Colors)
Rear camera12.2 MP (Sony IMX445), f/1.6, 26mm (wide), 1/2.55", 1.4µm, predictive Dual Pixel PDAF, 5-axis OIS
12.2 MP (Samsung ISOCELL S5K3M3), f/2.4, 52mm (telephoto), 1/3.4", 1.0µm, predictive Dual Pixel PDAF, 2x optical zoom, 5-axis OIS
12.2 MP (Samsung ISOCELL S5K3M3), f/2.4, 16mm (ultra-wide), 1/3.4", 1.0µm
Front camera8 MP (Samsung ISOCELL S5K4H7), f/2.0, 24mm (wide), 1/4", 1.0µm, [email protected] (5-axis gyro-EIS)
SoundStereo speakers (hybrid)
ConnectivityWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz)
Bluetooth 5.0
USB-C
NFC
GPS with Assisted GPS
Galileo
GLONASS
BeiDou
1seg (SO-03L, SOV40 and 802SO models only)
Mobile FeliCa/Osaifu-Keitai (SO-03L, SOV40 and 802SO models only)
WebsiteOfficial website
References

On 25 October 2019, a slightly revised version of the Sony Xperia 1 called the Sony Xperia 1 Professional Edition (J9150) was released exclusively in Japan, which is mainly sold SIM-unlocked and unlike the Japan-only carrier models, features a hybrid dual-SIM slot and has an internal storage capacity of128 GB like the J8110, J8170 and J9110 models. The J9150 model however does not include support for 1seg mobile TV as well as Mobile FeliCa and Osaifu-Keitai, unlike said carrier-only models.

Contents

Design and build

The Xperia 1 is designed around the new 21:9 aspect ratio display, a rework from the previous "Ambient Flow" design seen in the Xperia XZ3. It consists of a 7000-series aluminum alloy chassis that has a curved edge all around the device, a 2.5D scratch-resistant front and curved-edged back glass panels made of Corning Gorilla Glass 6, resulting in a more squarish but symmetrical design aesthetic, reminiscent of the classic "OmniBalance" design language of old Xperia Z-series flagships. The most defining change in the Xperia 1, as it was in the Xperia XZ2 trio and the XZ3, are the placement of the camera on the back. It is centrally aligned on the upper half of the device, as opposed to being placed on the top-left side like in previous Xperia devices. The NFC antenna is placed on the left-hand side of the new triple-lens camera system, housed in a raised module with chrome beveled edges surrounding it, along with the color sensing (RGBC-IR sensor) and the single LED flash up top.

The front houses the 6.5 in (170 mm) ultra-wide 4K HDR OLED display with a slight curve corners and very minimal bezels on both sides, and a significantly slim (when compared to the XZ3) but asymmetrical top and bottom bezels. On the top bezel are the earpiece that acts as part of the hybrid dual-stereo speaker setup, the 8 MP front-facing camera, ambient light and proximity sensor and a notification LED. The hybrid SIM tray is located on the top of the device, with a sealed pull-out type cover for added ingress protection. The bottom bezel has shrunk significantly and is blank, omitting the company logo entirely, with the second part of the stereo speaker relegated to the bottom along with the lone USB Type-C port and primary microphone.

The fingerprint sensor is now re-positioned back to the right-hand side of the device as with previous XZ Series devices, and is now activated even in the US market. This is possible, in part because the power button is now separate. To mitigate this, scanner is now an always-on affair. Directly above the fingerprint scanner is the volume rocker, and below the power button near the bottom edge is the 2-stage camera shutter button, very rare in smartphones nowadays and a unique staple of Xperia devices ever since.

The Xperia 1's dimensions are 167 mm (6.6 in) in height, with a width of 72 mm (2.8 in) and a depth of 8.2 mm (0.32 in) and weighs approximately 178 g (6.3 oz). It is rated IP65/IP68 dust/water-proof up to 1.5 m for 30 minutes. The device comes in 4 colors: Black, White, Gray and in some markets, Purple .

Performance

The Xperia 1 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, built on a 7 nm process technology with 8 Kryo 485 processors in a 1 + 3 + 4 configuration (1x 2.84 GHz Gold Prime, 3x 2.42 GHz Gold, and 4x 1.8 GHz Silver), 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and an Adreno 640 for graphics rendering. It has the option of a 64 GB (SO-03L, SOV40 and 802SO models) or 128 GB (J8110, J8170, J9110 and J9150 models) UFS 2.1 internal storage and comes in a single-SIM or hybrid dual-SIM versions depending on region, with both featuring 5CA LTE Cat.19 of up to 1.6 Gbit/s download speeds. It also has microSD card expansion of up to 512 GB in a hybrid SIM 2 slot setup.

Display

The Xperia 1 showcases the world's first 6.5 in (170 mm) 21:9 aspect ratio 4K HDR OLED display officially called CinemaWide, with a 1644 x 3840 pixel resolution and 643 ppi pixel density. This aspect ratio was previously found in LG New Chocolate (BL40). In a more practical approach, the display resolution on regular usage and throughout the UI only is at 420 ppi, which is still considered sharp and is especially beneficial for the battery. The full 4K resolution only triggers automatically when compatible content is displayed on-screen.

The Xperia 1 also has a new system-wide color setting feature, called "Creator mode", alongside the "Standard" and "Super-vivid" modes. When activated, the Xperia 1 tries its best to display accurate colors as close as possible to the original intention of the content creator. It has a BT-2022 certification for the HDR, which is more versatile than HDR10. The display itself supports the wide color space ITU-R BT.2020m as well as DCI P3 and Illuminant D65. It does however require the source to be encoded with the proper color info to take advantage of the feature. The device also has the new X1 for mobile engine borrowed from their BRAVIA TV line, optimizing content that is not natively-created for the high contrast and color palette of the OLED panel.

The back of a newly purchased Sony Xperia 1 (SO-03L model), showing the triple lens camera

The Xperia 1 further improves and upgrades the previous Motion Eye camera from the XZ3 with a Sony-first Triple lens camera system. It is composed of the primary 12.2 MP 1/2.55" Exmor RS for mobile memory-stacked Dual Photo Diode (2PD) sensor with a 1.4 μm behind an f/1.6 aperture, 26 mm "regular wide" lens; a second 12 MP 1/3.4" RGB sensor with a 1.0 μm behind an f/2.4 aperture, 52 mm lens and 2x optical zoom for "telephoto"; and a third 12 MP 1/3.4" RGB sensor with a 1.0 μm sitting behind an f/2.4 aperture, 16 mm 130° "ultra-wide-angle" lens. They are paired with the RGBC-IR color spectrum sensor that assists the white balance of the camera by providing additional light data from the surrounding conditions of the scene, and a single LED flash. The front selfie camera has a 1/4" 8-megapixel sensor with an f/2.0 lens and SteadyShot with Intelligent Active Mode (5-axis stabilization).

The Xperia 1 is capable of capturing 4K HDR video, and the two sensors (primary and telephoto) are optically-stabilized, a first for an Xperia device, dubbed Optical SteadyShot. It has an Intelligent Active Mode where it works alongside the standard electronic SteadyShot (5-axis EIS + OIS) for better video stabilization. Exclusive for the Xperia 1 is the BIONZ X for mobile image-processing engine, borrowed from Sony's Alpha professional cameras. This brings pro camera Alpha technologies to the Xperia line for a more professional approach to mobile photography.

First and unique for the Xperia 1 is the new fast Eye AF. It is an intelligent focusing system that focuses and locks into a subject's eye for an impressively-accurate subject tracking. It can accurately calculate and measure the distance of the subject it is currently tracking from the device, and, through machine learning, can also remember the particular person's eye if he/she was either blocked by view or moved out of the frame for a while and then back in.

An additional camera feature is Cinema Pro, which is a video capture application designed in collaboration with Sony's CineAlta division and squarely aimed at cinematography enthusiasts. Other unique camera features of the Xperia 1 include an Autofocus burst with up to 10 fps of AF/AE tracking, Predictive Hybrid Autofocus, an Anti-distortion shutter and RAW image file recording with RAW noise reduction.

The Xperia 1 also has Predictive Capture. When it detects fast-paced movement, the camera automatically captures a maximum of four photos before the shutter button is pressed, and lets the user select the best one afterwards. This is done without any user intervention and is possible due to the same built-in DRAM chip on the image sensor used in capturing the 960 fps super slow-motion videos.

The Xperia 1 is powered by a non-removable 3,330 mAh lithium-ion battery. Charging and data transfer is handled by a USB-C 3.1 port with support for USB Power Delivery. It also has Qnovo adaptive charging technology built-in which allows the device to monitor the cell's electrochemical processes in real time and adjust charging parameters accordingly to minimize cell damage and extend the battery unit's lifespan.

Battery Care

The Xperia 1 also comes with Battery Care, Sony's proprietary charging algorithm that controls the charging process of the phone through machine learning. It recognizes the user's charging habits for a certain period and automatically adjusts itself to the pattern, for example an overnight charge, by stopping the initial charging to about 80–90 percent, and then continuing it until full from where it left off the next day. This effectively prevents the unnecessary damage to the battery's cells from excessive heat and current due to overcharging, further increasing the battery's life span.

The Xperia 1, like the Xperia XZ2 that started it, has the standard 3.5 mm audio jack omitted in favor of wireless. To make up for the removal, it has improved wireless audio connectivity along with LDAC, an audio coding technology developed in-house by Sony which is now a part of the Android Open Source Project, that enables the transmission of 24-bit/96 kHz High-Resolution (Hi-Res) audio content over Bluetooth at up to 990 kbit/s, three times faster than conventional audio streaming codecs, to compatible audio devices. It also comes with Dolby Atmos for a better sound reproduction.

Other connectivity options include Bluetooth 5 with aptX HD and Low Energy, NFC, 4x4 MIMO antennas for fast WI-Fi and cellular upload/download speeds, dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, GPS (with A-GPS), GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo satellite positioning. The Xperia 1, like most high-end smartphone nowadays, has no FM radio.

The Sony Xperia 1 is launched with the Android 9.0 "Pie" operating system, along with Smart Stamina battery saving modes and Sony's proprietary multimedia apps. It features an improved Side Sense. It works through a pair of touch-sensitive areas on either side of the phone. A tap or slide triggers various actions set by the user, most of which configurable including the sensitivity of the touch areas. Another feature by the Side Sense is Pair shortcut which, upon launch from the Side Sense window, will trigger a split-screen setup with the selected pair of user-customizable apps instantly. In December 2019, Sony began to release Android 10 for the Xperia 1.

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Sony Xperia 1
Sony Xperia 1 Language Watch Edit Not to be confused with Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Sony Xperia E1 or Sony Xperia Z1 This article contains content that is written like an advertisement Please help improve it by removing promotional content and inappropriate external links and by adding encyclopedic content written from a neutral point of view May 2019 Learn how and when to remove this template message The Sony Xperia 1 is an Android smartphone manufactured and marketed by Sony 5 Part of Sony s flagship Xperia series the device was announced to the public at a press conference held at the annual 2019 Mobile World Congress event on February 25 2019 6 It is the world s first smartphone with an ultrawide 21 9 aspect ratio 4K HDR OLED display dubbed CinemaWide and Sony s first triple lens camera system featuring Eye AF eye tracking technology seen in the company s Alpha line of professional grade cameras 7 The Xperia 1 was later joined by a more compact variant the Xperia 5 which was revealed on 5 September 2019 Compared to the Xperia 1 the Xperia 5 has a smaller 1080p screen a smaller battery and a non centrally aligned camera module 8 9 Sony Xperia 1CodenameGriffin PF13 BrandSonyManufacturerSony Mobile CommunicationsSloganCreativity awakensSeriesSony XperiaModelJ8110 J8170 J9110 J9150 Xperia 1 Professional Edition SO 03L NTT Docomo SOV40 au Okinawa Cellular 802SO SoftBank Compatible networks2G 3G 4G LTE WiMAX 2 SOV40 model only First released30 May 2019 2 years ago 2019 05 30 Availability by region30 May 2019 2 years ago 2019 05 30 United Kingdom 5 June 2019 2 years ago 2019 06 05 Germany 6 June 2019 2 years ago 2019 06 06 China 14 June 2019 2 years ago 2019 06 14 Japan SO 03L SOV40 and 802SO models 12 July 2019 2 years ago 2019 07 12 United States 24 August 2019 2 years ago 2019 08 24 Malaysia 1 29 August 2019 2 years ago 2019 08 29 Singapore 2 25 October 2019 2 years ago 2019 10 25 Japan J9150 Xperia 1 Professional Edition model 28 August 2020 14 months ago 2020 08 28 Japan J9110 SIM unlocked model PredecessorSony Xperia XZ3 Sony Xperia XZ2 PremiumSuccessorSony Xperia 1 IIRelatedSony Xperia XZ1 Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium Sony Xperia 5TypePhabletForm factorSlateDimensions167 mm 6 6 in H 72 mm 2 8 in W 8 2 mm 0 32 in DMass178 g 6 3 oz Operating systemAndroid 9 0 Pie upgradeable to Android 11System on chipQualcomm Snapdragon 855CPUOcta core 1x 2 84 GHz Gold Prime 3x 2 42 GHz Gold 4x 1 8 GHz Silver Kryo 485GPUAdreno 640Memory6 GB LPDDR4X RAMStorageUniversal Flash Storage UFS 2 1 64 GB SO 03L SOV40 and 802SO models 128 GB Toshiba THGAF8T0T43BAIR J8110 J8170 J9110 and J9150 models Removable storagemicroSD expandable up to 512 GBBatteryNon removable Li ion 3330 mAh rated capacity 3200 mAhData inputsSensors Accelerometer Barometer Fingerprint scanner side mounted always on Gyroscope Proximity sensor Colour spectrum sensorDisplay6 5 in 170 mm 21 9 CinemaWide 4K 3840 x 1644 HDR OLED 643 pixel density Gorilla Glass 6 10 bit 1 07B Colors Rear camera12 2 MP Sony IMX445 f 1 6 26mm wide 1 2 55 1 4µm predictive Dual Pixel PDAF 5 axis OIS 12 2 MP Samsung ISOCELL S5K3M3 f 2 4 52mm telephoto 1 3 4 1 0µm predictive Dual Pixel PDAF 2x optical zoom 5 axis OIS 12 2 MP Samsung ISOCELL S5K3M3 f 2 4 16mm ultra wide 1 3 4 1 0µmFront camera8 MP Samsung ISOCELL S5K4H7 f 2 0 24mm wide 1 4 1 0µm 1080p 30fps 5 axis gyro EIS SoundStereo speakers hybrid ConnectivityWi Fi 802 11 a b g n ac 2 4 5GHz Bluetooth 5 0 USB C NFC GPS with Assisted GPS Galileo GLONASS BeiDou 1seg SO 03L SOV40 and 802SO models only Mobile FeliCa Osaifu Keitai SO 03L SOV40 and 802SO models only WebsiteOfficial websiteReferences 3 4 On 25 October 2019 a slightly revised version of the Sony Xperia 1 called the Sony Xperia 1 Professional Edition J9150 was released exclusively in Japan 10 which is mainly sold SIM unlocked and unlike the Japan only carrier models features a hybrid dual SIM slot and has an internal storage capacity of 128 GB like the J8110 J8170 and J9110 models 10 The J9150 model however does not include support for 1seg mobile TV as well as Mobile FeliCa and Osaifu Keitai unlike said carrier only models 11 Contents 1 Hardware 1 1 Design and build 1 2 Performance 1 3 Display 2 Camera 3 Battery 3 1 Battery Care 4 Audio and connectivity 5 Software 6 References 7 Further readingHardware EditDesign and build Edit The Xperia 1 is designed around the new 21 9 aspect ratio display a rework from the previous Ambient Flow design seen in the Xperia XZ3 It consists of a 7000 series aluminum alloy chassis that has a curved edge all around the device a 2 5D scratch resistant front and curved edged back glass panels made of Corning Gorilla Glass 6 resulting in a more squarish but symmetrical design aesthetic reminiscent of the classic OmniBalance design language of old Xperia Z series flagships The most defining change in the Xperia 1 as it was in the Xperia XZ2 trio and the XZ3 are the placement of the camera on the back It is centrally aligned on the upper half of the device as opposed to being placed on the top left side like in previous Xperia devices The NFC antenna is placed on the left hand side of the new triple lens camera system housed in a raised module with chrome beveled edges surrounding it along with the color sensing RGBC IR sensor and the single LED flash up top The front houses the 6 5 in 170 mm ultra wide 4K HDR OLED display with a slight curve corners and very minimal bezels on both sides and a significantly slim when compared to the XZ3 but asymmetrical top and bottom bezels On the top bezel are the earpiece that acts as part of the hybrid dual stereo speaker setup the 8 MP front facing camera ambient light and proximity sensor and a notification LED The hybrid SIM tray is located on the top of the device with a sealed pull out type cover for added ingress protection The bottom bezel has shrunk significantly and is blank omitting the company logo entirely with the second part of the stereo speaker relegated to the bottom along with the lone USB Type C port and primary microphone The fingerprint sensor is now re positioned back to the right hand side of the device as with previous XZ Series devices and is now activated even in the US market This is possible in part because the power button is now separate To mitigate this scanner is now an always on affair Directly above the fingerprint scanner is the volume rocker and below the power button near the bottom edge is the 2 stage camera shutter button very rare in smartphones nowadays and a unique staple of Xperia devices ever since The Xperia 1 s dimensions are 167 mm 6 6 in in height with a width of 72 mm 2 8 in and a depth of 8 2 mm 0 32 in and weighs approximately 178 g 6 3 oz It is rated IP65 IP68 dust water proof up to 1 5 m for 30 minutes The device comes in 4 colors Black White Gray and in some markets Purple Performance Edit The Xperia 1 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset built on a 7 nm process technology with 8 Kryo 485 processors in a 1 3 4 configuration 1x 2 84 GHz Gold Prime 3x 2 42 GHz Gold and 4x 1 8 GHz Silver 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and an Adreno 640 for graphics rendering It has the option of a 64 GB SO 03L SOV40 and 802SO models or 128 GB J8110 J8170 J9110 and J9150 models UFS 2 1 internal storage and comes in a single SIM or hybrid dual SIM versions depending on region with both featuring 5CA LTE Cat 19 of up to 1 6 Gbit s download speeds It also has microSD card expansion of up to 512 GB in a hybrid SIM 2 slot setup Display Edit The Xperia 1 showcases the world s first 6 5 in 170 mm 21 9 aspect ratio 4K HDR OLED display officially called CinemaWide 12 with a 1644 x 3840 pixel resolution and 643 ppi pixel density This aspect ratio was previously found in LG New Chocolate BL40 In a more practical approach the display resolution on regular usage and throughout the UI only is at 420 ppi which is still considered sharp and is especially beneficial for the battery The full 4K resolution only triggers automatically when compatible content is displayed on screen The Xperia 1 also has a new system wide color setting feature called Creator mode alongside the Standard and Super vivid modes When activated the Xperia 1 tries its best to display accurate colors as close as possible to the original intention of the content creator It has a BT 2022 certification for the HDR which is more versatile than HDR10 The display itself supports the wide color space ITU R BT 2020m as well as DCI P3 and Illuminant D65 It does however require the source to be encoded with the proper color info to take advantage of the feature The device also has the new X1 for mobile engine borrowed from their BRAVIA TV line optimizing content that is not natively created for the high contrast and color palette of the OLED panel Camera Edit The back of a newly purchased Sony Xperia 1 SO 03L model showing the triple lens camera The Xperia 1 further improves and upgrades the previous Motion Eye camera from the XZ3 with a Sony first Triple lens camera system It is composed of the primary 12 2 MP 1 2 55 Exmor RS for mobile memory stacked Dual Photo Diode 2PD sensor with a 1 4 mm behind an f 1 6 aperture 26 mm regular wide lens a second 12 MP 1 3 4 RGB sensor with a 1 0 mm behind an f 2 4 aperture 52 mm lens and 2x optical zoom for telephoto and a third 12 MP 1 3 4 RGB sensor with a 1 0 mm sitting behind an f 2 4 aperture 16 mm 130 ultra wide angle lens They are paired with the RGBC IR color spectrum sensor that assists the white balance of the camera by providing additional light data from the surrounding conditions of the scene and a single LED flash The front selfie camera has a 1 4 8 megapixel sensor with an f 2 0 lens and SteadyShot with Intelligent Active Mode 5 axis stabilization The Xperia 1 is capable of capturing 4K HDR video and the two sensors primary and telephoto are optically stabilized a first for an Xperia device dubbed Optical SteadyShot It has an Intelligent Active Mode where it works alongside the standard electronic SteadyShot 5 axis EIS OIS for better video stabilization Exclusive for the Xperia 1 is the BIONZ X for mobile image processing engine borrowed from Sony s Alpha professional cameras This brings pro camera Alpha technologies to the Xperia line for a more professional approach to mobile photography First and unique for the Xperia 1 is the new fast Eye AF It is an intelligent focusing system that focuses and locks into a subject s eye for an impressively accurate subject tracking It can accurately calculate and measure the distance of the subject it is currently tracking from the device and through machine learning can also remember the particular person s eye if he she was either blocked by view or moved out of the frame for a while and then back in An additional camera feature is Cinema Pro which is a video capture application designed in collaboration with Sony s CineAlta division and squarely aimed at cinematography enthusiasts Other unique camera features of the Xperia 1 include an Autofocus burst with up to 10 fps of AF AE tracking Predictive Hybrid Autofocus an Anti distortion shutter and RAW image file recording with RAW noise reduction The Xperia 1 also has Predictive Capture When it detects fast paced movement the camera automatically captures a maximum of four photos before the shutter button is pressed and lets the user select the best one afterwards This is done without any user intervention and is possible due to the same built in DRAM chip on the image sensor used in capturing the 960 fps super slow motion videos Battery EditThe Xperia 1 is powered by a non removable 3 330 mAh lithium ion battery Charging and data transfer is handled by a USB C 3 1 port with support for USB Power Delivery It also has Qnovo adaptive charging technology built in which allows the device to monitor the cell s electrochemical processes in real time and adjust charging parameters accordingly to minimize cell damage and extend the battery unit s lifespan Battery Care Edit The Xperia 1 also comes with Battery Care Sony s proprietary charging algorithm that controls the charging process of the phone through machine learning It recognizes the user s charging habits for a certain period and automatically adjusts itself to the pattern for example an overnight charge by stopping the initial charging to about 80 90 percent and then continuing it until full from where it left off the next day This effectively prevents the unnecessary damage to the battery s cells from excessive heat and current due to overcharging further increasing the battery s life span Audio and connectivity EditThe Xperia 1 like the Xperia XZ2 that started it has the standard 3 5 mm audio jack omitted in favor of wireless To make up for the removal it has improved wireless audio connectivity along with LDAC an audio coding technology developed in house by Sony which is now a part of the Android Open Source Project 13 that enables the transmission of 24 bit 96 kHz High Resolution Hi Res audio content over Bluetooth at up to 990 kbit s three times faster than conventional audio streaming codecs to compatible audio devices It also comes with Dolby Atmos for a better sound reproduction Other connectivity options include Bluetooth 5 with aptX HD and Low Energy NFC 4x4 MIMO antennas for fast WI Fi and cellular upload download speeds dual band Wi Fi a b g n ac Wi Fi Direct DLNA GPS with A GPS GLONASS BeiDou and Galileo satellite positioning The Xperia 1 like most high end smartphone nowadays has no FM radio Software EditThe Sony Xperia 1 is launched with the Android 9 0 Pie operating system along with Smart Stamina battery saving modes and Sony s proprietary multimedia apps It features an improved Side Sense It works through a pair of touch sensitive areas on either side of the phone A tap or slide triggers various actions set by the user most of which configurable including the sensitivity of the touch areas Another feature by the Side Sense is Pair shortcut which upon launch from the Side Sense window will trigger a split screen setup with the selected pair of user customizable apps instantly In December 2019 Sony began to release Android 10 for the Xperia 1 14 References Edit Sony s Xperia 1 launches in Malaysia but it costs more than a Galaxy Note 10 BY RORY LEE 11 31 AM 23 AUGUST 2019 Sony to launch Xperia 1 in Singapore on August 29 Techgoondu Techgoondu Xperia 1 Full Specifications Sony Mobile Global English Sony Xperia 1 Full phone specifications GSMArena de Looper Christian 25 February 2019 Sony s super tall Xperia 1 is the first smartphone with a 4K OLED display Digital Trends Retrieved 25 February 2019 Dunn Jeff 25 February 2019 Sony s latest flagship is the 21 9 Xperia 1 and it s very tall Ars Technica Retrieved 25 February 2019 Sony Xperia 1 initial review Standing tall Pocket lint 25 February 2019 Smith Mat 5 September 2019 Sony s Xperia 5 is another long OLED smartphone Engadget Retrieved 5 September 2019 Jansen Mark 5 September 2019 The compact Sony Xperia 5 brings a smaller footprint to Sony s flagships Digital Trends Retrieved 5 September 2019 a b Sony Xperia 1 Professional Edition launched in Japan GSMArena com news Xperia 1 エクスペリア ワン プロフェッショナルエディション 仕様 ソニーモバイル公式サイト Ricky 6 February 2019 Sony trademarks CinemaWide display for Xperia XZ4 GSMArena Sony Global LDAC High quality wireless listening Sony Global Retrieved 6 January 2017 Sony updates Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 to Android 10 GSMArena 5 December 2019 Retrieved 5 December 2019 Further reading EditLars Rehm 25 February 2019 The Xperia 1 is Sony s first triple cam phone and comes with a 21 9 display DPReview Retrieved 2019 03 01 James Day 25 February 2019 Sony Xperia 1 hands on review A 4K OLED HDR display in a flagship phone for the first time Stuff Retrieved 2019 05 20 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Sony Xperia 1 amp oldid 1051402369, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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