The latest tech updates have suggested that Sony Xperia X Compact and Xperia XZ might just be the smartphone, which photography enthusiasts have been waiting for.
With the development of mobile devices that boast of remarkable camera specs, the competition in the said industry has leveled up.
It can be observed that apart from the usual features that smartphones must come with, certain additional enhancements have been made as well, just like their rear and front cameras.
For the upcoming smartphones from the Japanese tech giant, it is reportedly expected that phone photography will be brought to a much higher level following the anticipated release of Sony Xperia X Compact and Xperia XZ.
According to Phone Arena, the details they have gathered in the Czech website of Sony indicated that the two devices might brag about their photography capability.
It was dished that based on what they understood on the posting, the words “pictures without blur” were to describe Sony Xperia X Compact, while the subtitle “photography” was noted for Sony Xperia XZ.
Considering this, Phone Arena stated that “there will be emphasis on the camera prowess of those two, and even optical image stabilization could be in store for the first time in the Xperia line.”
The report also pointed out that the Xperia XZ could be the same unit under the moniker XR which has been teased for quite a while now. Amid the leak about Sony Xperia X Compact shared by Evan Bass (@evleaks) on Twitter, many consumers appeared uninterested about its rumored specs and arrival soon.
“Generally speaking,” Sean Dennis commented on the post. “Sure, there will be a new Xperia released, but the last few were very similar and boring,” while another Twitter user, Mike, compared to Nokia N9, a unit released in September 2011.
Does it mean that Sony Xperia X Compact is not actually an upgrade?
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