Sony Xperia Xz2 Premium Smartphone Now On Sale In Uk – With Camera That Sees ‘beyond Human Eye’


SONY is finally selling its flagship Xperia XZ2 Premium smartphone in the UK.

The handset was first announced back in April, but is about to go on sale to Brit gadget fans.

Sony Mobile The Xperia XZ2 Premium is the most powerful phone ever built by Sony

The big advantage with Sony’s latest model is its top-notch camera.

Sony has the advantage of owning its own camera division, so it has great photography chops.

That’s why the new Xperia XZ2 Premium comes fitted with a seriously powerful dual-lens camera on the back.

The headline perk is its ability to capture images and video in super low-light conditions.

Sony Mobile It comes with a high-performance dual-camera setup on the back of the phone

Sony Mobile You can watch 4K HDR content in its native resolution on Sony’s Ultra HD screen

This particular model has the world’s highest ISO sensitivity for video recording in a smartphone – at ISO 12800.

ISO sensitivity determines how well a sensor can capture images in poorly-lit conditions.

As such, it can record high-quality, well-lit footage even when you’re in a dark environment.

One of the cameras shoots in black and white, and the other in colour, and these images are merged to create high-quality shots.

Sony claims that the camera can see images “beyond the human eye”.

That’s because a human eye has an ISO range of around 1 and 800 – rising to a rough maximum of 1600.

Whereas recording using this Sony phone will let you see much better in the dark than you ever could with your own eyes.

A Sony spokesperson told The Sun: “When it comes to video, nobody can do what we do.”

Sony Mobile Sony promises low-light video capture that goes “beyond the human eye”

The phone can also capture images at 51,200 ISO – although this falls short of the Huawei P20 Pro’s 102,400 ISO.

So what else has Sony done to kit out its priciest blower?

The handset has a large 5.8-inch 4K HDR display, which offers very impressive clarity.

That means it can play back 4K Ultra HD videos in their native quality – which is great for Netflix and Amazon Video users.

But it can also play HDR, or High Dynamic Range, content. That’s a type of video with improved contrast (so brighter whites and darker blacks), as well as a wider range of colours.

Netflix already offers some HDR TV shows and movies, so Sony’s new phone is a binge-watchers dream.

But Sony’s Xperia XZ2 Premium can also capture 4K HDR video too.

That means it’s the only handset right now that can both record and play back 4K HDR footage.

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