by Jules Wang | April 25, 2016 10:09 PM
Good news: your eyesight is now safe. We relayed rumors of the Sony Xperia X Premium getting the world's first mobile HDR display with some billion colors achievable and 1,300 nits of brightness to max things out. Well, Sony Mobile Taiwan has come out to ePrice to simply say that the missive is fake. Nothing more, nothing less. Oh, well. Source: ePrice (Google Translate) Via: juggly.cn
by Stephen Schenck | April 19, 2016 5:05 PM
With last year's Xperia Z5 Premium, Sony pushed smartphone display limits by bringing the first-ever 4K panel to a phone. It was one hell of a bold move, but maybe one that was a bit ahead of its time – and certainly, we haven't seen 4K return to any of this year's Sony models. But while the world may not be quite ready for such face-melting resolutions on pocket-sized smartphones, that's not to say that Sony's done with bleeding-edge display tech for its mobile lineup just yet, and a new rumor claims that the manufacturer's got something pretty special in mind for an upcoming Xperia X ...
by Jaime Rivera | March 25, 2013 11:59 AM
Even though we recently saw HTC's take on HDR video on Anton's recent test, Sony was arrived first to the game with their Xperia Z and Xperia ZL. A lot of people have asked us if HDR video is just as good as HDR photographs on smartphones. High Dynamic Range photos are really three photos snapped into one. What devices do is select the better lit areas of each of the three photos in different exposures and provide you with a better result at the end. When it comes to video, the concept and solution are a little different, but the purpose of providing you with better detail on badly lit ...
by Anton D. Nagy | March 24, 2013 1:44 AM
HDR (High Dynamic Range) is nothing new; we've been using this camera setting for quite some time on our Android phones (and not only). In tricky lighting conditions, like when your subject is backlit, snapping an HDR shot makes all the difference between keeping the photo and throwing it to the trash. However, HDR video is something we need to get used to having, since only a few phones have capabilities to shoot them, the HTC One being one of those. HDR setting in video is maybe even more welcome than in case of pictures, when you might have the option to force your flash in order to ...
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