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The Sony Xperia 1 to arrive in the United States in July for $949.99

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Sony Xperia 1
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The Sony Xperia 1 was officially presented at the MWC 2019. Since then, we hoped that the high-end of the Japanese brand will be launched to stores, which comes with some interesting developments such as a 4K screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio and a triple rear camera. The Sony Xperia 1 will cost $949.99 in the United States

In addition to the 6.5-inch "CinemaWide" OLED screen with features such as HDR and BRAVIA technology. The Sony Xperia 1 sports a Snapdragon 855 and features Dolby Atmos speakers.

With this screen, Sony wants to offer a better experience when it comes to enjoying multimedia content, especially movies. The screen offers a mode called Creator Mode that is inspired by the color reproduction of professional monitors and supports the wide gamut of BT color 2020.

Perhaps it is more exciting the triple rear camera that takes the Xperia 1 formed by three sensors of 12MP (16mm, 26mm, and 52mm). The Xperia 1 will be the first phone to use Sony's Eye AF technology, a feature that until now had been limited to its Alpha cameras. Sony says the Xperia 1 cameras can also take continuous burst shots with an AF / AE tracking at 10 fps.

The Xperia 1 has some very interesting features but its 3330 mAh battery for a 4K 6.5-inch "screen gives us some doubts. The Xperia 1 will hit the market on July 12 in the United States, although at the moment there is a date of arrival in India.

The launch of the phone has been delayed since at the beginning it was established for spring. Apparently, there have been problems with the production process of this Sony Xperia 1. It is not known what kind of problems the company has had in this sense, but they are the cause of there being a delay in the arrival of the telephone to the market.

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