Xperia 1 II, the company's new smartphone presented just over a month ago, would seem to have unprecedented technical characteristics not revealed during the presentation phase. In particular from the point of view of photo gallery and the internal storage.
Following the decision to cancel participation in the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Sony presented the new smartphone via live streaming showing some of the features that distinguish the new device.
Among these, the photographic sector is one of the strong points on which the company wanted to pay particular attention: Xperia 1 II has in fact two sensors produced by the same Sony e two sensors made by Samsung. Specifically, a Sony IMX557 12 Megapixel 24mm f / 1.7 main sensor and a Sony IMX363 12 Megapixel 16mm f / 2.2 ultra wide-angle sensor. The implemented telephoto lens is instead a Samsung ISOCELL S5K3T2 sensor from 12 Megapixel 70 mm f / 2.4. Finally, we find an additional Samsung S5K4H7 sensor used for the 8 MP 24mm f / 2.0 front camera.
The new feature for the Xperia 1 II would therefore seem to be the main sensor IMX557, sensor very similar to the IMX555 that the Samsung company has decided to mount on the new S20 series flagships recently presented.
Let's not forget that Xperia 1 II is the first device to be able to offer 20 FPS AF / AE tracking functions, with continuous calculation AF / AE 60 times per second and finally Real-time Eye AF which is based on recognition through AI.
With reference to internal storage, according to what emerged from Androbench, the UFS memory 3.0 implemented on the device has a high speed reading and writing speed.