Sony Xperia Pro-I leaks ahead of Sony event, sports 1″ camera sensor and costs US$1,800

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Sony Xperia phones aren’t exactly the stars of the smartphone world. For the most part, news and coverage of smartphones is concentrated on Samsung, Apple, and Google. But today, the company is announcing a new smartphone, and it just leaked via Weibo. The new Sony Xperia Pro-I is said to have a 1″ camera sensor.

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Twitter user @JoshuaSwingle has posted photos of the new Sony Xperia Pro-I, which shows that Sony is really taking its commitment to photography seriously. We already know the company makes some of the best cameras on the market, and many smartphones use Sony camera sensors. Perhaps the new Sony Xperia Pro-I will bring Sony Xperia phones back en vogue?

It will be interesting to see all of the new Sony Xperia Pro-I specifications. We will update this post with a video from the presentation and any other relevant information.

Sony Xperia Pro-I Update

UPDATED 10/26/2021: Sony’s October event is over, and we now know the Sony Xperia Pro-I will cost US$1,799.99. As we already mentioned, this new smartphone camera sports a 1″ sensor, possibly making this the king of smartphone cameras. Here are some of the features of this new Sony device.

  1. 1-inch Exmor RS CMOS image sensor with phase-detection AF sensor
  2. ZEISS Tessar T* optics and dual aperture
  3. Eye AF for stills and videos
  4. 6.5” 21:9 4K HDR OLED 120Hz Refresh rate display
  5. Fast network connectivity
  6. Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 888 5G Mobile Platform
  7. Android 11
  8. 12GB of RAM
  9. 512GB Storage
  10. PS Remote Play, DUALSHOCK®4 Control compatibility, Game enhancer
  11. 4,500mAh battery
  12. 3.5mm headphone jack
  13. i-Resolution Audio, High-Resolution Audio Wireless (LDAC)
  14. Dolby Atmos compatible
  15. Qualcomm aptX compatible

This is certainly an impressive device, although we would have preferred a larger 6.7″ or bigger screen. But what you’re shelling out the money for is that amazing camera array.

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Last Updated on October 26, 2021.

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