Sony’s Xperia 1 flagship with an unusually tall 21:9 aspect ratio went on sale announced in June. Currently, the same cameraphone is getting a unique Xperia 1 Professional Edition in Japan. The fresh edition retains the bare specifications of the typical variant however makes a number of tweaks to help professional photographers and e-sports players.
xperia 1 professional edition
To start, the 6.5-inch 4K panel on the device ships with support for 10-bit colour depth and Illuminant D65 color profile. Each Xperia 1 Professional Edition unit is adjusted as claimed by to the D65 equivalent color profile to make sure the utmost colour accuracy. Further, the phone can currently panel the home panel in the horizontal orientation to aid the typical workflow of video producers.
The Professional Edition Furthermore makes it possible for you to add IPTC metadata to pictures taken with the Xperia 1 straight out of the box. There’s In addition a pre-installed Imaging Edge Mobile photo transfer app that enables Sony camera users to transfer pics and videos wirelessly to the phone. Last but not least, the Xperia 1 Professional Edition ships with support for LAN connectivity via a USB Type-C based Wired Lan adapter.
Like for the specs, the smartphone retains identical hardware like the typical Xperia 1, which contains Snapdragon 855, 12MP triple digital cameras, side-mounted fingerprint camera, and a 3330mAh battery.
This extra special edition retails for 157,000 yen ($1448) after-tax, which asks for a hefty premium (50 percent more) than the regular version.