Sony 索尼 Xperia 1 III 智能手机,配备 6.5" 21:9 4K HDR OLED 120Hz 显示屏,配备三摄像头和四个焦距
Xperia 1 III Smartphone with 6.5" 21:9 4K HDR OLED 120Hz Display with Triple Camera and Four Focal Lengths

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  • 世界上***个在智能手机上装有双PD传感器的可变远摄镜头演进的全级立体声扬声器-比以前的model360 Spatial Sound大40%-可将立体声音乐向上混音,营造身临其境的音频体验 全球***配备 120Hz 6.5 英寸 4K HDR OLED 显示屏的智能手机 具有四焦距的三摄像头和3D iToF的实时跟踪 具有四焦距的三摄像头和3D iToF的实时跟踪 改进的全舞台立体声扬声器 — 比以前的型号响亮40%
    • World’s first smartphone with 120Hz 6.5” 4K HDR OLED display
    • Triple camera with four focal lengths and Real-time tracking with 3D iToF
    • World´s first variable tele lens with dual PD sensor on a smartphone
    • Evolved full-stage stereo speakers – 40% louder than previous model
    • 360 Spatial Sound – for up-mixing stereo music into an immersive audio experience





Sony 索尼 Xperia 1 III 智能手机,配备 6.5" 21:9 4K HDR OLED 120Hz 显示屏,配备三摄像头和四个焦距



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从全球首款120Hz沉浸式6.5英寸 21:9 4K HDR OLED显示屏到具有实时自动对焦功能的三重摄像头和四焦距,即使在拍摄长距离长焦或高达20fps的连续图像时也能实现实时自动对焦,体验惊人的创意、娱乐或游戏速度捕获。




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美国亚马逊: 3.7 颗星,最多 5 颗星 96 条评论
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 So far, pretty happy. Not perfect, but mostly what I hoped for.
2022年7月8日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Best phone on the market with sd card/headphone jack
2022年11月14日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Brian J.
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 This phone rocks.
2022年10月25日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Matthew T. Weflen
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Competes with the best flagships on the market
2021年8月30日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Matthew T. Weflen
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Competes with the best flagships on the market
评论于 2021年8月29日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
Sony is currently the underdog in the Android mobile market. Their sales have dwindled (though the division now turns annual profits). They don't get anywhere near the mind-share of Samsung or Apple, or even companies like One Plus. Practically every tech reviewer out there has been saying "this phone is overpriced."

So why do I like this phone? Am I the weird one who thinks it's worth the money?

I don't think so - and here's my case.


The Snapdragon 888 SoC and 12gb of system RAM mean this phone absolutely flies through Android 11 (Sony has promised a minimum of 2 OS updates as well). The user experience is fast and buttery, and it can handle even the most taxing games with aplomb. The 256gb of on board memory means you will likely not worry about app storage or photo storage for quite some time. Android is near stock, but a raft of Sony improvements are available, such as "side sense" and multi-window switch, which make running two apps simultaneously on the tall screen a breeze.


As you can see in the above LOTR picture, this screen is really spectacular when it comes to media. It is 21:9, and video apps intelligently zoom to fit is when using that cinematic aspect ratio. The level of detail and the pop from HDR is palpable. The screen can do 120hz in 4K resolution, but I find 60hz perfectly smooth. The speakers are the best I've heard on a mobile device. Loud, clear up to top volume, and even a little bassy. Terrific for YouTube or podcasts even if you're in, say, a noisy kitchen.


Sony has brought its Alpha camera interface (pictured) to the Xperia line (though not to worry, there is a standard "Basic" mode enabled by default as well). This affords the user control of basically everything - ISO, white balance, shutter speed, manual focus, and so on. The camera features four native focal lengths to shoot in - 16mm ultrawide, 24mm standard, 70mm 3.7x zoom, and 105mm 4.4x zoom (which I have demonstrated in my attached skyline pictures, all taken from the same position). Results are impressive, and make this phone a real point and shoot replacement. Eye Autofocus detection is a major boon to parents of fast moving children or pets, and it works wonderfully. The camera is also capable of 4K/120fps video, and includes the Cinema Pro app to let your inner film director fly free in 21:9 aspect ratio with all sorts of manual control of camera settings and color timing.


The Xperia line has two unique selling points that are massively important to me. First and foremost is expandable storage. You can pop a 1tb micro SD card into this phone to store photos, music, movies, whatever. Also, there is a 3.5mm headphone jack - not important to some people, but for those with high quality headphones or a desire to use an external mic, this is a must. Now, I wish these features were not unique in the smartphone world, but they are now, thanks to Apple.


This phone has the same MSRP as the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. It performs equally with them in terms of user experience and camera, but adds expandable storage, a 4K/120hz screen, and a headphone jack. There's even a deal currently to get free Sony noise canceling earbuds. so is this a "bad deal?" Only insofar as any current flagship is a bad deal. This phone is tailored for a specific sort of user - one who likes a lot of features, customization, and user control. If that's not you, this phone isn't for you. But if it is, I have a hard time imagining you being disappointed by it.
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