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The future high-end Sony Xperia will arrive with changes on its screen

Author at TechGenyz Mobile
Sony Xperia
For some time now there has been speculation about the possibility of a major change in the screens of the Sony Xperia aimed at the high-end product, beyond the ratio used to make better use of the front. Well, details have been known about it and indicate that the Japanese firm would be close to taking this step. Specifically, what we are talking about is the use of a new type of panel in the Sony Xperia highlights, which would leave the IPS that have been used since a long time for the brand - and that, in most cases thanks to the applied technologies, have offered excellent image quality. The case is that it seems that Sony would be taking the necessary steps to integrate OLED components. In this way, continuity would be given to what is already happening with the range of television sets of the company, where for some time models with OLED panels have been offered. In what has to do with the segment of mobile devices, if finally, the next high-end Sony Xperia give use to this type of components would be equal to what already offer companies like Apple with your iPhone X or Google with the Pixel 2 XL.

The premiere of the Sony Xperia at MWC?

As we have mentioned on occasion, the new models of the firm aimed at the high-end product, once the own media have been known at the CES in Las Vegas officially, it is said that they will be presented in the next Mobile World Congress that begins on February 26. The information regarding the change of panel in the Sony Xperia arrives due to a job offer for the mobile part of the company in which engineers are requested specialists in OLED panels, so everything points to this happening in Barcelona is not very probable. But everything can happen since more surprises have taken us in the segment of mobile devices the truth. What is clear is that the Japanese firm is working on the inclusion of OLED screen in the Sony Xperia, so sooner or later you can see one or several models of this product range that leave IPS panels that so good results have given to the company. Then, the leap will be made to the new technology and, in this way, it will maintain a sanity with the televisions that they put on the market and, of course, will respond to rivals like the ones mentioned above (with Apple at the helm).
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