Shui8, 26 May 2020Actually if you're being neutral, go check back on Xperia ad (especially older Z series), wher... moreI agree. No marketing or advertisement is 100% reliable and no company is 100% pure. Because the marketing is completely funded by a company it is naturally 100% biased to the brand.
Only a fool or a blind fan will only fall for such company advertisements.
I hope we get the WF-1000xm3 bundle here in Denmark too, and not the one with WH-1000xm3, since I already got those.
Smithravi, 26 May 2020You can write down your experience and name them. You don't have to ask me.Actually if you're being neutral, go check back on Xperia ad (especially older Z series), where its promoting their camera. Its definitely DSLR. I remember on Z1 ads, promoting lossless zoom on a parrot, wow so nice. Low lights takes, wow so bright & clean. In reality? Very very far from it. Not to mention about the waterproofing scandal back in the days.
I acknowledge Sony takes on its ad, but not taking it seriously as i know the real capabilities of it, therefore bought the Z1, & still satisfies. But I cant deny on the false advertising.
If u have trained eyes, then u'll be surprised that actually all/most companies use DSLR for their marketing tricks, its either being caught or not.
However starting Xperia 1, Sony starting to tone down its advertising tricks, but still...
The point is, dont be fooled by advertising. Like i said, Sony is not pure either. Knows its real capabilities, experience & quality phone review have to be observe before buying it.
Does it have equivalent of 90hz refresh rate?
Fearghast, 26 May 2020Ofcourse it does not work, it never works, it does not work on TVs, it won't magicaly work on ... moreFunny how you came to that conclusion even with the evidence laid in front of you, if you went through frame by frame and see that it does indeed to what it says and 'reduce motion blur'.
Fearghast, 26 May 2020Ofcourse it does not work, it never works, it does not work on TVs, it won't magicaly work on ... moreYou don't use your hands touching all over the TV. That motion blur is only for video watching while on the smartphpone it works even for scrolling. By the way, he did say it works in reducing the blur while scrolling. Wake up!
Exyvia, 26 May 2020The 90Hz Motion Blur Reduction looks like it does help with the blur, but there is some ghosti... moreOfcourse it does not work, it never works, it does not work on TVs, it won't magicaly work on smartphones. Sony is simply trying to battle 60+Hz with their PR talk, it's cheaper.
Exyvia, 26 May 2020The 90Hz Motion Blur Reduction looks like it does help with the blur, but there is some ghosti... moreMy opinion is that it is bad choice for videos but for scrolling it must definitely help and gives you the feel.
Smithravi, 26 May 2020Hello Potatoehead! (assuming that's your internet name)
Sony has been launching 4K displays s... moreHere ye hear ye ... the Sony engineer has spoken.
I wonder why Sony needs a user to explain "no, it's not dumb it's actually briliant", "They meant it that way" ... it's sad when Sony or a device is not speaking for itself.
Smithravi, 26 May 2020The software and goal behind both chips are pretty much similar. One is for smartphones and ot... moreLol dont trust anything about advertising, including Sony. I've own Neo, Arc, S, Z1, Z2 & Z5. Sony is not pure either. I can point for their false advertising as well if u interested.
The 90Hz Motion Blur Reduction looks like it does help with the blur, but there is some ghosting with the kanji.
https://youtu.be/pSARiAHZZ00?t=392 (Also speed test at the start if you're interested)
interestingly you can go through frame by frame on youtube to see with the > and < keys.
Video with Chris was just released on Xperia Youtube page.
He must be really happy when his review will come out and people will stop pestering him everywhere :-D
Hes the guy that released first Xperia 1 II video that was taken down by Sony.
PotatoHead, 26 May 2020It's a gimmick and no, it wont be mainstream anytime soon. If it was supposed to be the next b... moreHello Potatoehead! (assuming that's your internet name)
Sony has been launching 4K displays since 2014 with low battery capacities. Yet not poor overall battery life (2-3 hours max difference depending on usage). You can go through all articles including here at gsmarena. So the tech or software for sony is working but not for others?? Of course Sony spends billions in R&D per year in all divisions including their entertainment division. Sony Xperias have always been aimed at Entertainment and Professional colour/camera users. So for sony that makes sense. It is also the main reason why they never went after protruding notches and punchholes. because that was never their aim. So with the crazy refresh rate and RAM stupidity (at least for non gamers).
Shui8, 26 May 2020Agree about the screens. Best at the moment for me, love 21:9 ratio screen. There is no Bio... moreThe software and goal behind both chips are pretty much similar. One is for smartphones and other is for TVs. Just trust the Sony lol. They never fake advertised ever. Also never advertise anything with loopholes. *Cough* Cough* Not blaming any other "smartbrands"
Love the Community, 26 May 2020It's not a gimmick but it's just Sony being ahead of our time. 4K will be mandated on flagship... moreIt's a gimmick and no, it wont be mainstream anytime soon. If it was supposed to be the next big thing then we'd see more phones with 4k screens by now, but it's not. The only noticeable difference between 4k and 1440p is in the massive battery drain, which is why nobody bothered with it in the first place. Heck, lately there's been more phones launching with 1080p instead of 1440p.
4k screens wont be a thing until we get some massive improvements in battery.
Smithravi, 26 May 2020Well I'm talking about smartphones. I know Fuji is great in top level cameras.
In smartphone... moreAgree about the screens. Best at the moment for me, love 21:9 ratio screen.
There is no Bionz X1. Its only Bionz (X), stands for RAW noise reduction in Sony camera image processing, and X1 are their chip using in Sony's TV for their takes at edge sharpness + overall details.