The all new Sony Xperia Z5 Premium makes 4K display a reality. Yes, it is true. Kogakuin University and Fujitsu Ltd, are apparently along the way of developing new technology which can permit smartphone display to natively run with no substantial effect on battery, in the 4K quality.
The report further suggests that the forthcoming technology, now underneath the final phase of testing that is being conducted before rolling it out commercially, will enable such 4K screens to work in a steady 30 fps, with no need for any more power when compared to a standard 1080P smartphone screen.
When it comes to display on the Sony Xperia Z5, the firm has officially announced to the media the supposed 4K screen on the current main phablet of the firm does not consistently work at that resolution to raise energy efficiency.
Based on the statement of the company, Xperia Z5 Premium has a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels 4K display which is based on SID Standard for consumers to enjoy the richest experience while watching videos and images in stunning 4K quality.
Xperia Z5 Premium will display the rest of the content in 1080P format to optimize mobile for longer battery life. The company has yet to confirm the model name as it might come out as Xperia Z6 into the worldwide marketplace or as Z5 premium after the predecessor Xperia Z5 which was released in September.
As per the release date, it might come out next September into the international marketplace. According to the recent interview with TechRadar last month, the company hinted that there may be another Z series release in the second half of next year. But the mobile is now listed on Amazon Global website when I run a search. It costs $749 and it has White, Black and Gold color variants available to choose from. But since it’s not official yet, they don’t come with a warranty.
It is confirmed that this mobile comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor with Android 6.0 Marshmallow (expected) and features a 23MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera.