Sony Xperia’s new machine has passed 3C certification and supports 30W fast charging
Sony China has announced that it will hold a new Sony Xperia product launch event on October 26, and it is expected that it will bring the National Bank Xperia 5 III.
An existing Sony 5G mobile phone model XQ-BE72 has passed the national 3C quality certification, and the new phone supports up to 30W fast charging, or it is the National Bank Xperia 5 III that was unveiled at this conference.
The machine will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip, 8GB RAM, 256GB ROM, support up to 1TB expansion, use a 6.1-inch 2520*1080 OLED 21:9 CinemaWide screen, support 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz blur reduction technology, 240Hz touch sampling rate , Cover Corning Gorilla 6 protective glass.
In terms of video, the camera adopts 8MP (1/4″, F2.0) lens on the front and 12MP (1/1.7″, F1.7, OIS) main camera on the rear + 12MP periscope (1/2.9″, F2. 3. F2.8, OIS) + 12MP ultra-wide angle (1/2.5″, F2.2), with Zeiss T* coating.
In other respects, the machine is equipped with a 4500mAh battery, supports 30W PD fast charge, claims to be able to charge 50% in 30 minutes, also has IPX5/IPX8 waterproof, IP6X dustproof, 3.5mm headphone jack, dedicated shutter button, side fingerprint recognition, NFC, Dolby Atmos, Bluetooth 5.2, etc., thickness 8.2mm, weight 169g.
We understand that the previously launched Xperia 1 III follows the old design language, still using a 21:9 screen, equipped with 6.5-inch 21:9 4K HDR OLED display, equipped with Snapdragon 888 5G chipset, equipped with 4500 mAh Battery.
Sony PS VR2 announced: 4K HDR OLED screen, support for eye tracking and tactile feedback
Sony announced some information about the PlayStation VR2 virtual reality headset at CES 2022, confirming that Sony hopes to provide one of the most powerful VR systems in the consumer market.
The upcoming PlayStation VR2 needs to be used with PlayStation 5, but the official still has not announced some key information, such as the launch date, price, and even the photos of the headset.
PlayStation VR2 will use an OLED display, support 4K resolution (2000 x 2,040 pixels per eye), support 90/120Hz screen refresh rate and HDR options, 110-degree wide-angle field of view, eye-tracking technology, 3D surround sound effects, and a head-mounted display Vibration and other functions. The head-mounted display uses a camera array similar to “inside-out (tracking and positioning from the inside to the outside)”, which will track the user’s space without requiring an external device like the original PS VR webcam.
Sony’s announcement stated that through tactile feedback, users may “feel the character’s pulse rise during a tense moment, the rush of objects passing near the character’s head, or the thrust of the vehicle when the character accelerates.” At the same time. , Eye tracking is advertised as primarily a form of control, so elements in the game, such as characters, can directly respond to the user’s gaze.
PlayStation VR2’s eye-tracking system is called “foveated rendering”, which allows the VR system to render fewer pixels. With such a system, as long as the user’s pupil is not aimed, the VR system can dynamically increase the blurriness and reduce the number of pixels in a way that may not be perceivable by natural peripheral vision.
Sony also said that PS VR2 will also have a simple setup process, connect directly to PS5 through a cable, and you can jump into the VR world immediately.
In the announcement, Sony also announced the first official game of PlayStation VR2, called “Horizon VR: The Call of the Mountain”. This game allows VR players to explore a forest very similar to the horizon, filled with oversized robots. But exactly how to interact with the world in VR is still unclear.
The DNS understands that in today’s announcement, Sony once again confirmed that it will completely redesign the default controller, which is now called the PlayStation VR2 Sense controller. Sony has already controlled these controls similar to “Explore” in March last year. The device was displayed.
Sony Airpeak S1 drone goes on sale: US$9,000 price, shipping December 24
Sony launched the Airspeak S1 drone during CES 2021. This product has a four-axis design and is equipped with an independent gimbal, which can be equipped with a full-frame camera for aerial photography. The product has already been pre-ordered and will be shipped on December 24, priced at 9,000 US dollars (approximately 57,330 yuan).
According to officials, the Sony Airspeak S1 is the world’s smallest drone capable of carrying a full-frame camera. The product has a maximum flight speed of nearly 90km/h and an attitude angle of up to 55°. It can complete the movement from forward to backward in 1 second. The product has a battery life of 22 minutes without load, and a battery life of 12 minutes with a gimbal and camera. The landing gear of the product is retractable and can maintain stability at a wind speed of 20 m/s.
This drone is equipped with a 3D vision system for obstacle avoidance or spatial perception. The flight of the drone and the camera gimbal are independently controlled. Sony offers an Airspeak Plus subscription function for US$300 per year, which can provide data storage, advanced location future functions, and flight log import and export.
The DNS understands that by purchasing this drone from Sony, users can get two sets of propellers, two batteries, and a charger. It should be noted that the gimbal at the bottom of the drone needs to be purchased separately, and a third-party brand product sells for up to $2199.99.
Sony applied for PS5 shell patent, previously prohibited third parties from launching a pure black version
According to gamerant reports, in recent months, Sony has been applying for patents for its PlayStation 5 hardware and software, which all hint at Sony’s potential for future improvements in services and technology.
Some of Sony’s recent patents include a multi-GPU system for cloud gaming, which is designed to enhance graphics capabilities when playing cloud games on its PlayStation system. The latest patent filed by Sony also includes the PlayStation 5 case design.
Although PlayStation 5 is very popular, it only has a black and white shell design. There is no other official custom shell available, and it is not as good as Xbox Series X in terms of personalization. When a third party launched a custom shell for PlayStation 5, Sony’s approach was to take legal action to prohibit the production.
one year after Sony filed a lawsuit against a third-party housing manufacturer, a new patent document of the company was published in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The patent describes a “decorative design of the housing of an electronic device,” which contains an image of the PlayStation 5 and its housing from many different angles.
It is not clear what Sony’s patent application is for. It may be to prevent third-party manufacturers from selling the PlayStation 5 case, or it may be to launch an official custom case. Everything will not be known until Sony’s next move.
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