Today marks the announcement of Xperia™ M, which is the latest model in the Xperia™ range of premium smartphones, and it brings a number of potent features often only associated with high-end models. Xperia™ M comes with a 1 GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 dual-core processor, a generous 4” FWVGA display, and a 5 megapixel fast-capture camera with auto-focus and HDR for pictures. Xperia™ M also comes in a dual SIM version called Xperia Mdual. Learn about all the specs and features in the full post.
Starting with Xperia™ Z and Xperia™ Tablet Z, you’ll find that many* of the new Sony Xperia™ devices come with the Exmor RS™ for mobile image sensor, which brings powerful capabilities derived from Sony’s digital cameras . This technology is the first to use a stacked, back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, which is a hardware improvement that achieves razor-sharp pictures in low light conditions. Exmor RS™ for mobile also brings the possibility to capture both HDR (High Dynamic Range) video and photos. Read on to learn more on how Exmor RS™ for mobile works.
Have you ever tried to shoot a video of a scene that has a strong backlight, like when a person stands in front of a window or direct sunlight? Well, then you will know that it can be almost impossible to get the right exposure of all parts of the picture. Now with the HDR function of the Exmor RS™ image sensor in the new Xperia™ Z, you can get great videos and photos even in these high contrast scenes. For our implementation of HDR video, we use different exposures on every two lines of pixels, to create an optimal result, with really good contrasts. Read on as we explain more how this works!