Sony Xperia Z1 Smart Camera

Xperia Z1 in water

Sony Xperia Z1

Why it’s called Sony Xperia Z1 Smart Camera? Nowadays a lot of smartphones have a big Megapixel but no quality, Sony has his own ways. Sony has put first priorities to the new phone Xperia Z1, the phone is large with display screen 5-inch, 20.7-megapixel camera with ½.3” Exmor RS sensor and Sony high-end G Lens.  But not only that, they also launched a lenses that can connect through the phone with one touch. QX10 and QX100, with this lens people will have a new angle to take pictures depends on the users creativity and better photos.

Sony is not the only one who’s pushing phone-camera to the limit. Nokia 1020 Windows Phone has 41-megapixel sensor and lens. Samsung also has a phone-camera called Galaxy S4 Zoom, it’s a phone-camera hybrid. The main thing now, people want good quality photos. Maybe you want a big phablet screen, maybe you want a Stylus Pen for sketching, but still people wants the camera. With Xperia Z1 waterproof exterior maybe you at a school trip or camping and you need to take picture under water, I’m not telling you this is a great phone in the water. There’s a lot phones are waterproof and comes with good quality of picture. But with these lenses, you can get a better picture quality and a new angle with phone-camera, you don’t need to pull out the big camera like “DSLR” because you have the phone and the lens.

What can you expect more? The lenses support not only Android it also support Ios so don’t worry guys. Let’s wait and see till next year how it’ll be use.

This is not a victory for Sony. But at least it’s one step ahead among the others.

[Source] www.mobile88.com

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