01 July 2016
In the previous week, a rumor had sprung talking about the Sony Xperia X Premium. It said, this device is going to be launched and would be a descendant of the Sony Z5 Premium released last year. It was likely that the leaked device would be in the ranks of the other devices in the “X” series like Sony XA, Sony Xperia X and Sony X Performance. And as usual, the USP of these devices was the smooth display.
As said above, the USP of these devices and especially that of the Xperia X Premium was its display. And it’s proved by the fact that having an HDR screen, it can display a humongous 1.07 billion colors as against the 16.8 million for other smartphones. The contrast ratio would be 2000:1 and a refresh rate of 120GHz.
That’s not all. The brightness at its peak was pegged at 1300 nits. And this is easily twice and more than the display panels used in Samsung Galaxy S7. Doesn’t this make the new Sony mobile a piece to boast of?
All the specs mentioned above are extremely flattering and it is but natural for a thought to come to mind if they are true in the first place. And it’s worth taking a doubt. Sony Mobile Taiwan has come forward to beat down the claims via ePrice saying it’s all fake. ePrice is a popular Taiwanese discussion forum.
Now, you can understand one thing in the company’s disclosure. It hasn’t said that a device like the Xperia X Premium does not exist or that it isn’t being developed at the moment. It means, two things – it is likely that the work is on, on such a phone might indeed be going on and secondly, we might see a phone on par with Xperia X Premium in the near future.
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- The Sony Xperia X Performance isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.
- The Samsung Galaxy S7 isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.