Press Renders Of Sony Xperia Z5 Reveals 23MP Back Camera

Posted: Aug 28 2015, 11:58am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Press Renders Of Sony Xperia Z5 Reveals 23MP Back Camera

Sony Xperia Z5 will feature advanced focus lens along with 4K display

The much anticipated IFA 2015 is just a week away from us. The press pictures of the Sony Xperia Z5 have been released.

The pictures from xperiablog affirm the upgraded and much speculated23MP back camera. A recent teaser by Sony also reported that the camera will have advanced focusing ability.

Despite the fact that we have seen various Xperia Z5 renders and leaked pictures in this way, it is the first time when that the camera specs have been affirmed.

Sources had recently demonstrated that the Xperia Z5 will be coming with a 23MP back camera. So it turns out this information was correct.

The new Exmor RS sensor may support higher resolution. However Z5 supports the 1/2.3" size of the IMX220 sensor used on Xperia Z-flagships right from the Z1 in 2013 to the Z3+ recently launched.

Aside from the sensor, the lens setup has been updated too. It is currently a six-element lens setup. A number of top of the line flagships already use the same lens setup.

Apart from the high resolution camera, the phone has retained the same design language as its predecessors.

Apart from the camera details, the press renders also revealed the color options. The Xperia Z5 will be launched in three colors that are white, gold, and a shade of turquoise.

The Xperia Z5 is just a week away and will launch on 2nd September. Xperia Z5 Compact and Xperia Z5 Premium with 4K display are also expected to release on the same date.

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