The flagship Xperia 1 will come with a pair of Sony WH1000XM3 wireless noise-cancelling headphones for those who pre-order the device.
The Sony Xperia 1 is making its way to U.S. shores soon and you can pre-order it starting June 28th. Sony told us back in May that the Sony Xperia 1 would be coming to the U.S. market on July 12th but now they’re giving you a chance to pre-order with some perks.
That’s right, the flagship Xperia 1 will come with a pair of Sony WH1000XM3 wireless noise-canceling headphones for those who pre-order the device. Those WH1000XM3 headphones are worth a cool US$350. Sony is well known for making excellent noise-canceling headphones so this is a really nice value add for customers who want to pick this smartphone up.
The Xperia 1 panel uses Sony’s BRAVIA TV technology and what the company calls its X1 mobile engine. The X1 mobile engine is supposed to bring more contrast, color, and clarity to the OLED display. The display also supports 10-bit tonal gradation and wide color space ITU-R BT.2020, as well as DCI-P3 with Illuminant D65 and is covered by Gorilla Glass 6.
The Xperia 1 also sports a triple lens camera (12MP) with a 16mm for wide landscapes, a versatile 26mm lens, and a 52mm lens telephoto shooting (35mm equiv.). Sony says they packed in some of the technology from its Alpha line of cameras which they are calling BIONZ X for mobile.
The cameras offer up the world’s first Eye Auto Focus in a smartphone. The camera also delivers continuous burst shooting with up to 10 fps AF/AE tracking. Sony also says you can capture better low light images with the F1.6 lens and large pixel pitch 1.4μm Dual Photo Diode image sensor.
The Xperia 1 also has Dolby Atmos sound built-in and the company says they have enhanced the gaming experience on mobile. Gaming is improved by offering a deeper unrestricted field-of-view of gameplay, while the Game Enhancer optimizes the performance and blocks unwanted notifications, as well as enables you to record gameplay and find game tips online.
As for performance, the Xperia 1 is rocking the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and Snapdragon Elite Gaming for handling processor-intensive apps and games. As for RAM, you can expect a healthy 6GB of RAM as well as Android 9.0. The battery sits at 3,330 mAh, which isn’t too bad but still a bit behind some of the competition. Sony says its battery has what the call Smart Stamina, Battery Care, and Xperia Adaptive Charging.