Sony has only a limited presence in the mobile phone industry. The Japanese company Xperia sells a handful of new smartphone models every year. Sony has revealed that it will unveil a new Xperia phone in its home market on May 11 at 1 pm local time. The announcement will take place in Japan.
Although Sony has not yet announced the name of their future product, most people believe it will be called the Xperia 1 V. The Xperia 1 IV, released a year ago, will be replaced by this new gadget when it becomes available. Visit Samsunghubs to learn more about the latest news!
Sony Xperia 1 V debut date
The launch ceremony for the Sony Xperia 1 V will be broadcast in real time on the official channel of the Sony brand on YouTube. According to the business, the forthcoming Xperia phone will come equipped with next-generation sensors and photographic capabilities. Sony has not disclosed further information regarding the mobile device besides what is presented here. Also Read – OnePlus 11 Jupiter Rock limited version Released in India
In February of this year, renders of the Sony Xperia 1 V were discovered online, and a live image of the device was also published. The new smartphone’s design will be quite analogous to that of its predecessor. It will have a thin profile and a tall aspect ratio, with the screen bezels being kept to a minimum.
The phone’s volume rocker buttons, the power button that incorporates a fingerprint reader, and the camera shutter button are all located along the right side of the device. A vertically stacked camera module projects outward from the device’s back panel. Two sensors, a periscope lens, and an LED flash, may all fit inside of it.
Regarding its internal hardware, the Sony Xperia 1 V is rumored to be driven by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and to feature as much as 16 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM). Also Read – Xiaomi India and Vi Partner to Offer 5G Connectivity: Check Out Supported Devices
It is rumored that the camera arrangement will consist of a primary camera with 12 megapixels, a periscope camera with 12 megapixels, and 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lenses. The future smartphone might include the same 6.5-inch OLED display with a resolution of 4K HDR and a refresh rate of 120Hz.