IFA 2014: Sony turns up with a shower of new things like Xperia Z3

Tablets, smartphones, smart watches, Smartlens … whatever Sony has unwrapped during the first day of IFA 2014.

Sony decides to reveal everything in the first day of IFA 2014 With three new smartphones, a new tablet, a new smartwatch, bracelet connected and 2 new Smartlens Mobile, it has something for all his fans.
The Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact

Let’s start with the (probably) most interests you. On September 3, Sony has unveiled its new flagship, the Sony xperia z3 whose price will go at around 680 euros.

Like its predecessors, it is waterproof (IP65 / IP68 certified). On the design side, we are entitled to an aluminum frame and a tempered glass surface. As for Full HD screen, it measures 5.2 inches diagonally.

Under the hood, the new high-end Sony has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 2.5 GHz 801 and, of course, 4G connectivity. The manufacturer claims a battery life of two days with normal use.

Until then, maybe you are not yet impressed. In truth, the secret weapon of Sony, it’s a feature called Remote Play that will allow owners of PS 4 to play on their video game consoles without television.

The scenario imagined by Sony, this is when the TV is taken. In this case, the player can use this feature to stream (using a home network) the contents of the console on his smartphone, which is attached to a controller via a rather special device (see image below).

The other boot secret Sony naturally located at the image sensor. Xperia Z3 features a 20 megapixel camera with a stability of up to ISO 12800. Therefore, the Exmor sensor allow the mobile user to succeed his pictures even in low light.

Added to this is an intelligent stabilization and the ability to shoot in 4K. In addition, Sony has introduced new features for photos and videos. One of them allows for example to pair three different Sony cameras to film or photograph simultaneously.

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