Sony Xperia Pro-C tipped to come with compact body and faster charging

21 May 2024
This is going to be an interesting one.

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  • 21 May 2024

It's highly unlikely that a phone under 6.3 inches would hold a 5000 mah battery unless it's so thick. However, that's very contrary to the popular design language in the mainstream, aside from niche MTL phones.
Several other details don't make sense. I'd hope GSM Arena would be more skeptical about their resources.

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    • 21 May 2024

    "The leak doesn't mention an ultrawide camera"
    20mm is ultrawide.

      Sam N8 808 owner, 21 May 2024"" 2K resolution is also on the menu, matching th... moreFHD+ is 2K. I just explained in my previous comment

        gsma realize and aware a post regarding Sony Xperia news will make this website spark with fan and hater comment. ..thats giood..

          another peak journalism:
          1. a random "tipster" account from X w/ less than 5k followers
          2. show no render and used last generation's photo
          3. no source for this tip, not a single word
          4. former posts extensively used source of other tipsters

          gsmarena:
          The Sony Xperia 1 VI has just been released and Insider Sony on X posted a *surprisingly* detailed report on Sony's upcoming top-tier smartphone, the Xperia Pro-C.

          cmon...

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            • Mu8
            • 21 May 2024

            Anonymous, 21 May 2024Stop embarrassing yourself. When you're proven wrong, ... moreNo, a display with a resolution of 2340x1080 pixels and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio cannot be considered a true 2K display. Here's why: 2K resolution refers to a display with a horizontal resolution of approximately 2000 pixels. The most common 2K resolutions are:

            2048 x 1080 (2K DCI) - used for digital cinema projection
            2048 x 1536 (2K 4:3) - used for some digital cinema projection
            2048 x 858 (2K 2.39:1) - used for some digital cinema projection

            A resolution of 2340x1080 has a total pixel count of 2,527,200, which is significantly higher than true 2K resolutions. However, the horizontal resolution of 2340 pixels is still less than 2000 pixels, so it cannot be considered 2K. The 19.5:9 aspect ratio is also not a standard 2K aspect ratio. 2K resolutions typically use aspect ratios like 2.39:1, 1.85:1, or 1.90:1.

              DarlingYext, 21 May 2024Absolutely not. "2K resolution, also known as 1440p... moreFHD 16:9 --> 1920x1080 (almost 2K on width; also known as 2K; Cinema 2K 2048 × 1080)
              QHD 16:9--> 2560x1440 (2.5K on width; also known as 1440p; oevrall 4 times pixels on 720p)
              4K UHD 16:9 --> 3840x2160 (almost 4K on width and in Cinema 4K 4096 × 2160 )

              This is valid only for 16:9 aspect ratio screens. Nowadays smartphone display has odd 20:9/19.5:9 screen sizes --> Though FHD+ and QHD+ might have the same 1080 and 1440 on height, they will have different width (reason why "+" is mentioned; no single name is agreed upon)

              Now coming back to arguments here; 2K means FHD+ and it should have almost 2K pixels on width with minimum 1920p. Once the height on width increased significantly depending on aspect ratio and reaches 2.5k on width and 1440p on height, it is no more 2K. Most of these resolutions are defined by the overall number of pixels present. You can't call 4000p width and 1p height a 4K because you only have overall 4k pixels on the screen where as true 4K will have 8,294,400 pixels

                Anonymous, 21 May 2024Read more. The DCI 2K native resolution is 2048 x 1080. &q... morethese *K terms are measured on the longer side, so a 4000*1 display would be classified as 4K display. It may sound dumb but it is true.

                  You have my undivided attention.

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                    • Anonymous
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                    • 21 May 2024

                    DarlingYext, 21 May 2024It's not 2k lmaoStop embarrassing yourself. When you're proven wrong, admit it and move on. It's okay to make a mistake.

                      Sounds too good to be true...

                        Wait what? No telephoto lens on a Pro device? :O
                        By the way why only 6 inch display on such a complex device?

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                          • 21 May 2024

                          DarlingYext, 21 May 2024Absolutely not. "2K resolution, also known as 1440p... moreTomshardware also classifies 2048x1080 as 2k cinema resolution.
                          https://www.tomshardware.com/news/2k-definition,37641.html

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                            • Anonymous
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                            • 21 May 2024

                            Compact device without gimped battery? Yes.

                              Anonymous, 21 May 2024Read more. The DCI 2K native resolution is 2048 x 1080. &q... moreIt's not 2k lmao

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                                • 21 May 2024

                                DarlingYext, 21 May 2024Absolutely not. "2K resolution, also known as 1440p... moreRead more. The DCI 2K native resolution is 2048 x 1080.
                                "Standard DCI 2K native resolution is 2,048 x 1,080 pixels."
                                https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/faqs/pc-life-faqs/what-is-2k-resolution/

                                It's funny that you don't understand that 2340 x 1080 is a 2K resolution. I'm not surprised, though.

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                                  • 21 May 2024

                                  I think there was a huge misunderstanding with regards to the cameras.
                                  The source claimed this:
                                  50MP Type 1.0, 20mm F1.8 OSS
                                  12Bit RAW & 14Bit DCG RAW
                                  12MP 120FPS JPG/60FPS RAW with AE/AF
                                  4K120P 10Bit 420 S-LOG for Mobile & HLG Support
                                  Sony S-Cine tone & Creative Look

                                  12MP Type 1/2.9, 20mm F2.0 AF
                                  4K60FPS HDR with Sony Creative Look. /end of quote/
                                  It can be seen quite legibly that there are at least two cameras listed by the leaker. How do we know this? Well, the fact that there's a space between the specifications of one camera and the oher, as well as the fact that the leaker coherently and in a formatted manner depicts those two cameras. He lists megapixels, sensor size, focal length, aperture, availability of OSS or AF in the first line of the first sensor, which is the same case for the other sensor's first line.
                                  I am not an expert by any means, but this means that the design of the device is finalized. There was a leak before that a Sony device with 6" screen and Type 1.0 sensor is coming, but there were no other specifications mentioned and the leaker said that there was a possibility that this was not a smartphone device. Now, such concrete information with such concrete specifications should definitely mean that there won't be more more cameras coming to this phone, as the design phase of this device has definitely ended by now.
                                  Furthermore, let's turn on our brains for a bit. Why would you need a second sensor that is small, doesn't support 4K120, Quad-Bayer and other stuff in the back? This sensor is objectively worse than the first, which means that having such a sensor won't really aid the main sensor. Judging by the fact that this is a Xperia Pro line of phones, as well as it being much smaller and much less capable, it could mean that this phone has one jack-of-all-trades sensor in the rear and the small but still okay camera in the front. (At least the front one got AF support).
                                  Or maybe this is a scam once again. I started following the trends and leaks of Sony Xperia line like 2 years ago. A LOT of information just never materializes. Matrix cameras, Type 1.0 in 1 series, all Exmor-T sensors never made it to Xperia devices, even though Matrix cameras should have been in 1 V and 1 VI. Talking about the Xperia Pro line, a successor ought to be released yesteryear, which, again, did not happen. So let's just wait for a moment, or splash some cash on 1 VI, which is quite a good phone, honestly, albeit it costs quite a bit, too.

                                    6" with those specs entice me and I may finally move from Xperia 1 II.
                                    Provided they place the price under 1500€

                                      Where are the LYT-sensors?

                                      Sony Mobile is dragging its feet.

                                      Guess I'll have to wait till 2025....

                                        Anonymous, 21 May 2024That's 2K.Absolutely not.

                                        "2K resolution, also known as 1440p or QHD (Quad High Definition), refers to a display resolution of approximately 2560 x 1440 pixels."

                                        https://www.gumlet.com/learn/2k-vs-4k/