The 4K Display Of Sony’s Xperia XZ2 Premium
Sony’s Xperia XZ2 Premium is back with a 4K display. The Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium with 4K display has a camera built for extreme low-light shooting. The newest Sony phone came two months after the unveiling of the Xperia XZ2.
The Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium
The Xperia XZ2 Premium retains the over all design of the XZ2. Except for the upgrades. The XZ2 Premium has upgrades on display, camera, battery, and other specs. But no headphone jack still. The Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium will be available in the market this summer. Its price is not known yet. But an unlocked Xperia XZ2 costs $800. So the Xperia XZ2 premium might cost around $900 up to $1000.
Other Information On The Xperia XZ2 Premium
The XZ2 Premium has a 4K 5.8 inch display. It supports HDR video. You will notice the vibration system that debuted on the XZ2 when you listen to music, or play games. It is meant to provide a rumble effect to match whatever is happening on the screen.
But the upgrade that XZ2 Premium boasts is the upgrade on its camera. It has two cameras around back. This is a first for Sony. Instead of a zoom or telephoto lens, Sony is splitting image capture between one 19-megapixel color sensor and a 12-megapixel monochrome. This approach has been taken by several Android makers like Huawei. But Sony is trying to standout and best everyone in ISO performance.
The XZ2 Premium can reach a maximum of 51,200 when shooting stills. Videos go as high as 12,800. Sony claims it “AUBE fusion image signal processor” can combine the data from both sensors, optimize for low light, and reduce noise so you can get usable results.
The dual camera system will also have a portrait feature. Sony simply calls it the Bokeh mode. It will let you shoot using only the monochrome sensor for crisp, detailed, black and white shots.
The XZ2 Premium can record 960fps slow-mo video at 1080p resolution. Other improvements on the XZ2 Premium include RAM (now 6GB), battery capacity (3,540mAh), and a sharper front-facing camera.