What you need to know Sony has announced the Special Database Xperia 1 IV with an improved camera and a bigger battery. The phone’s telephoto camera can capture accurate optical zoom between 3.5x to 5.2x. The Xperia 1 IV will have a new Music Pro app for professional sound recording and full songs. Sony has also released the Xperia 10 IV with a triple Special Database camera, 5000mAh battery, and multiple colors. Google may have already announced the Pixel 7 series before it launched Autumn, but it’s not the only company talking about the phone several months before it hits the market. The new Sony Xperia 1 IV was announced this week with impressive specs and affordable price, but it won’t be available for several months.
Like previous Xperia phones, the Xperia 1 IV is aimed at Special Database content creators. Sony has built the device with a three-dimensional camera with three 12MP cameras. However, the company has improved everything by allowing all three cameras to take video at 120fps 4K HDR. This means you can get smooth zooms from ultrawide, widescreen and Special Database telephoto cameras. Speaking of zoom, Sony’s new telephoto periscope camera physically moves to offer a “true optical zoom” between the same 85mm and 125mm (3.5x to 5.2x), resulting in a smooth Special Database zoom and better photography before digital production begins. Sony Xperia 1IV (Photo: Sony) On the upside, users will be happy to know that the camera has been improved over the latest Sony, which now has a 12MP resolution.
This should make the selfie crisper and allow the Special Database camera to take videos in 4K HDR. This selfie camera sits on the bezels of the Xperia 1 IV, which houses the front-facing stereo speakers and features a 6.5-inch 4K 120Hz OLED OLED display, Special Database which makes it a good phone for of internal consumption. However, Sony’s creations have highlighted the content of the phoneThe feature is due to the inclusion of a 3.5mm headphone jack, which can be used to connect to a wireless mic. In addition, you can use the phone’s mics to record “professional level” sound with the new Music Pro app. The app will help to produce studio-like Special Database soundtracks by reducing noise and reverberation and can even separate the sound from the instrument so you can adjust the pace. Sony Xperia 1IV (Photo: Sony) The phone also enhances Sony’s already excellent experience by allowing users to stream their game.