Zeitlupe: Sony Xperia XZ Premium and 960-FPS camera tried

Zeitlupe: Sony Xperia XZ Premium und 960-FPS-Kamera ausprobiert

The result is a video that slows down at the respective activated points and reproduces the 960-FPS slow-motion at 30 FPS. The transition between normal video and inserted sequences is not recognizable by an intersection, but it is visible in terms of image quality. Because Sony’s Superzeitlupe is not simply connected only in the 4K- or Full-HD mode of the video camera, it is a stand-alone mode, which works on the devices in Barcelona only with 720p, although Sony’s semiconductor division the sensor with 960 FPS at 1.080 P.

Little light per frame

Since only a small amount of light is applied to the sensor at 960 FPS for each frame, Sony increases the ISO value, which leads to visible noise, which is not visible in normal video recordings. Sony recommends that you use the slow-moving loupe with very good illumination or in the sunshine under the open sky. The end result of a 960-FPS recording is impressive, despite minor limitations in the picture quality.

Android interface is not rendered in 4K

The second major innovation of the Xperia XZ Premium is the 4K display with HDR support. The Android interface itself is not rendered on the Xperia Z5 Premium in 4K, but by Full HD with the factor four scaled to the display. Only when the user in the video app a 4K video or in the gallery a photo is looking, is switched to the native representation without upscaling. Sony justifies this with a reduced energy consumption during the daily use. HDR is also only switched on, if it is synonymous with a video is used. This can either be the case with HDR content from Amazon as well as videos retrieved via YouTube or the synonymous with the Xperia shot 4K HDR movies.

The market launch of the Xperia XZ Premium is planned according to press release for June, but on the spot at the fair was also announced at the end of May. Nevertheless, it is still at least three months until the market launch of the smartphone, and in September, the next flagship could potentially be again at the IFA.

Sony Xperia XZ Premium Sony Xperia XZs
Software:
(bei Erscheinen)
Android 7.1
Display: 5,50 Zoll
2.160 × 3.840, 801 ppi
TFT, HDR, Gorilla Glass 5
5,20 Zoll
1.080 × 1.920, 424 ppi
TFT, Gorilla Glass 5
Bedienung: Touch
Fingerabdrucksensor, Status-LED
SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
4 × Kryo 280, 2,45 GHz
4 × Kryo 280, 1,90 GHz
10 nm, 64-Bit
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
2 × Kryo, 2,15 GHz
2 × Kryo, 1,59 GHz
14 nm, 64-Bit
GPU: Adreno 540 Adreno 530
624 MHz
RAM: 4.096 MB
LPDDR4X
4.096 MB
LPDDR4
Speicher: 64 GB (+microSD) 32 GB (+microSD)
Kamera: 19,0 MP, 2160p
LED, AF
Sekundär-Kamera: Nein
Frontkamera: 13,0 MP, 1080p
AF
GSM: GPRS + EDGE
UMTS: HSPA+
↓42,2 ↑5,76 Mbit/s
LTE: Advanced Pro
↓1.000 ↑150 Mbit/s
Advanced
↓600 ↑150 Mbit/s
WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi Direct
Bluetooth: 4.2
Ortung: A-GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo
Weitere Standards: USB 3.1 Typ C, NFC
SIM-Karte: Nano-SIM
Akku: 3.230 mAh
fest verbaut
2.900 mAh
fest verbaut
Größe (B×H×T): 77,0 × 156,0 × 7,90 mm 72,8 × 146,0 × 8,10 mm
Schutzart: IP68
Gewicht: 195 g 161 g
Preis: 749 € 649 €
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