We’re slowly moving into the last quarter of 2022 and Sony still owes us a successor to the Sony Xperia Pro I camera. The rumor mill would like to see such a smartphone in the Sony Xperia Pro-G possible. However, in this case, the letter “G” stands for a gaming smartphone. Not a bad idea as Sony ranks first when it comes to next-generation gaming consoles with the PlayStation 5.
- Sony is planning another flagship smartphone for this year.
- Possibly a successor to the Xperia Pro I.
- A gaming device is available with the Sony Xperia Pro-G.
Sony Xperia Pro-G gaming smartphone possible later this year
At this point, we’d like to point out explicitly that this is information from a relatively unknown guide on Sina Weibo. But various magazines already trust the rumors. However, the breeze of doubt is not misplaced. As the online magazine “Sumahodigest” and “Notebookcheck” report, it appears that Sony is planning to succeed the Sony Xperia Pro I that we tested with the Xperia Pro-G. It is still not clear if the Android smartphone will again focus on the camera or gaming qualities.
The guide who seems to specialize in smartphone camerascat_nya“Once again announces three integrated 12MP sensors (IMX870 and IMX758) for the aforementioned Sony Xperia Pro-G. The smartphone is said to cover equivalent focal lengths of 16, 24, 35 and 70mm. The 35mm focal length has been particularly popular. by photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, who believed that the 35mm lens was closest to the actual field of view of the human eye.
The leaker also announced that the Sony Xperia Pro-G should become a gaming smartphone thanks to the built-in Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. This would at least be an area in which Sony could present properly given its expertise on the matter of the PlayStation 5. On the other hand, there are the latest claims from the completely trusted “Digital Chat Station” party, which wants to see the 1-inch Sony IMX989 image sensor installed. But our source directly indicates that the statement could also be related to a translation issue from Japanese. Because in Sony Semiconductor, the numbers 5, 7 and 9 are not separated. So the number “7” in the R&D department can later be “9” in mass production.
I mentioned it at the beginning. There is plenty of room for guesswork. What will be your favorite for the next Sony flagship? Instead of focusing on photography or at least on a gaming smartphone as before Sony Ericsson Xperia Play?
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