Sony today officially unveiled its two new smartphones with the letters Xperia 1 Mark 4 and Xperia 10 Mark 4. In this article, we will focus on Sony's new midrange, the Xperia 10 brand, which, unlike the company's new flagship, the Xperia 1 brand 4, is not much different from its predecessor in terms of design, but has undergone significant changes in terms of technical specifications, including We can point to a larger battery in a smaller body. In the following, we will review the appearance and technical specifications of Xperia 10 brand 4.
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although Sony is not currently one of the top smartphone retailers in the world, but it launches a handful of products every year, so we can continue to see the name of this old brand in this area. In this regard, the Japanese company unveiled two mid-range and flagship smartphones minutes ago in order to attract more users to its company products.
Let's start by examining the display of the Xperia 10 Mark 4, where Sony has used a 6-inch OLED display in this smartphone that has a 21: 9 aspect ratio and FHD + resolution Brings to users. Sony claims that the screen of this phone offers about 50% more brightness than its previous generation. It should be noted that this display supports a 60Hz refresh rate, which may seem a bit disappointing for a 2022 smartphone. Because many mid-range and budget smartphones support refresh rates of 90 Hz or even 120 Hz.
Sony has used the Gorilla Galaxy Victus to protect its display. Xperia 10 brand 4 with dimensions of 154 by 64 mm is a little more compact than its previous generation, which made this phone weigh 161 grams. Thus, the Sony Xperia 10 Brand 4 is considered to be the lightest 5G smartphone on the market, which uses a battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh.
It seems that Sony has joined the ranks of manufacturers that Do not put the phone charger in the box. Therefore, buyers of this phone must buy the appropriate charger for this phone separately. It should be noted that this phone supports a charging speed of 30 watts.
But we come to the most important change of this smartphone, namely its processor; Where Sony has used Qualcomm's 6nm Snapdragon 695 chip as the beating heart of the Xperia 10 Mark 4. It should be noted that this chip has an eight-core CPU with a maximum operating frequency of 2.2 GHz and Kryo 660 cores. Qualcomm says the chip supports 5G internet in both mmWave and Sub-6GHz modes. According to the manufacturer, the graphics rendering performance and data processing speed of the chip's CPU have been up to 30% and 15% more powerful, respectively. Whereas in the previous generation of this phone, Xperia 10 brand 3, we saw the use of Snapdragon 690.
Along with Snapdragon 695, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory work. In the camera system of this mid-range smartphone, we do not see any significant change compared to before. Accordingly, the main 12-megapixel sensor, 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor and 8-megapixel telephoto sensor with double zoom capability make up the Xperia 10 brand 4 triple camera system. The smartphone's camera is equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS) technology, and Sony has added features such as Auto HDR and improved night mode to the camera system of this phone. The front panel of the phone also has an 8-megapixel selfie camera that uses enhanced artificial intelligence and users can use it to make video calls and take selfies.
Support for 4K video apparently not seen on this mid-range smartphone due to the inexplicable limitations of the chipset. Unlike many of today's mid-range handsets, the Xperia 10 Mark 4 retains a 3.5mm audio jack and uses two stereo speakers. Android 12 operating system is installed by default on this phone and also supports IP68 waterproof certificate. Users can choose from black, white, green and purple color options. Finally, the Sony Xperia 10 will be available for sale starting in June with a starting price of 499. li>