No phone with oled does 1000 nits. It is same measurement done by DisplayMate.
White dot that is 1% of the screen, this way it is much easier to push brightness.
No phone will reach 1000 nits using whole screen. Phone quickly gets hot.
For example the bright mode of G7 cant keep it more than 3 min.
Also, brighter oled will suffer burn-in faster.
Wide = imx555 like s20
Ultra wide = imx563 (main cam of 5)
3x zoom = same used by 1 and 5
Selfie = same from 1 and 5
Tominson, 12 Mar 2020Incorrect again. Numerous phone major brands have 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screens. Goo... moreNo. Other brands do not have screen able to display 10bit content.
HDR does not mean 10bit.
Samsung, Pixel, iphones etc all turn content into 8bit.
Ellis, 12 Mar 2020Is this the world's first smartphone with Bluetooth 5.1 ? All with SD865 have.
AnonD-754814, 12 Mar 202010,000 nits ? Have some education man. I do. Thank you for caring tho.
Obviously you dont have a clue what Im talking about, so google it.
If one doesnt know something, there is always google nowadays.
So much talking about cameras, when it's not important as much as we use them. Professional photographer is exemption. I do photos in day time (mostly). So, I prefer compare phones by display, how is it in my hand to hold, design of course, and I don't like curved displays. If I still have a choice, I choose flat display. Xperia 1 was really comfortable phone, so Xperia 1 II will be even better, because it has smaller bezels
I gave my Xperia 1 to my wife and I'm waiting for thisnow one
AnonD-754814, 12 Mar 2020Sony Xperia 1's display brightness wasn't upto the level for HDR. So , Don't shout much about ... moreOh you mean 10 000 nits true HDR levels?
Shout it to me then, which flagship is up to its HDR?
I eagerly await.
Tann Hauser, 12 Mar 2020Why then dont you googleproof it for me? As you obviously insist on fake unproven claims... Sony Xperia 1's display brightness wasn't upto the level for HDR. So , Don't shout much about it. Let the Xperia 1 II release. We'll know.
Tominson, 12 Mar 2020Incorrect again. Numerous phone major brands have 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screens. Goo... moreI think you're wrong in this case. Of course, Sony has been involved in OLED production for years now. Please read this article so that you'll be enlightened.
AnonD-754814, 12 Mar 2020I don't know what Sony was thinking with Xperia 1. They can't do that good with their own IMX ... moreDude, the original Xperia 1 has a short span of development compared to older Xperia and its heir family (e.g. Xperia XZ2 Premium, developed since iPhone 7 series announcement or XZ Premium developed since Z5 series), as the previous development as "XZ4" was canceled altogether during restructured on Sony management, which's late February to early March 2018, and they did it from zero for 1. So, in just a year, they really need to find a lot "substitutes" of components, especially camera sensor, and it would took more than year to developed another new sensor. So they head to Samsung to do it, as they have been doing exchanges since moons ago for UWA & telephoto, except for main camera, which's IMX445 (successor to infamous IMX400). Xperia 5 did felt the same, though much better, as 5 have already a based of 1 in much smaller footprint. In case of 1 II, it's different as they have much more development time than original 1. Sure, the main is the same as S20 (IMX555), but the Ultra-wide taken from Xperia 5's main sensor (IMX563), while telephoto are unsure for now...
Besides, you're acting like the post-processing from XZ3 to 1 was barely improvement, when it does, even if for you it's a baby-step.... Explain why this site says Xperia 1 low-light was nice?
Tominson, 12 Mar 2020Incorrect again. Numerous phone major brands have 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screens. Goo... moreWhy then dont you googleproof it for me?
As you obviously insist on fake unproven claims...
Tominson, 12 Mar 2020So true. After all the hype, the Sony Xperia 1 wasn't a real success against the opposition. ... moreI don't know what Sony was thinking with Xperia 1. They can't do that good with their own IMX sensor. They went with ISOCELL front facing camera and possibly ISOCELL ultrawide and telephoto sensor too.
The camera was the worst among all other thing in that phone. Even though Sony fans cheer for that.
I don't think Xperia 1 II will improve and beat other flagships dramatically in just 1 year.
AnonD-754814, 12 Mar 2020We all know ho bad Xperia 1 is. So, this proves your judgmental class.So true. After all the hype, the Sony Xperia 1 wasn't a real success against the opposition.
However, the Sony Xperia 1 II is an improvement, but so are all the other flagship brands.
Tann Hauser, 10 Mar 2020Two of your claims are wrong.
Only Sony uses 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screen.
An... moreIncorrect again. Numerous phone major brands have 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screens. Google it and learn the truth.
Only BOE, LG or Samsung currently produce 4K Oled screens for mobile phones. Sonys current available flagship is using the Samsung made 4K OLed screen. So we are 100% sure that the Sony Xperia 1 II is not a Sony made screen and will be either BOE, LG or Samsung.
Ellis, 12 Mar 2020Is this the world's first smartphone with Bluetooth 5.1 ? Huawei was the first so far I remeber. Not that is matters at all, because BT 5.1 does not bring anyhting worthwhile.
Ellis, 12 Mar 2020Is this the world's first smartphone with Bluetooth 5.1 ? Nope ! As far as I know , this one , https://www.gsmarena.com/oneplus_7t_pro_5g_mclaren-9928.php