It's only a matter of time before we see smartphones using flexible displays, but for the time being, there are several models out with dual displays, and the Sony Xperia Slide could be the next. Featuring a 6" 4K OLED display, an 8" 4K AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, up to 6GB of RAM, 512GB of internal storage, and a 19MP / 16MP dual rear camera setup. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Let's face it, the convenience of snapping photos with your smartphone is the ability to edit the images right away. The ZEISS ZX1 brings that same functionality to a full-frame point and shoot camera. In addition to its 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with an ISO range of 80-51200, it has Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC built into the camera, enabling you to quickly and easily process RAW photos - up to 512GB of images - directly on its 4.3" touchscreen display. Other features include: a 3,190mAh battery,, 3fps continuous shooting, 4K video recording at 30fps, and microphone / headphone jacks. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Sony announced today that it plans to launch a miniature games console designed to resemble the original PlayStation, but 45% smaller, and it comes pre-loaded with 20 vintage games to boot. Officially called the "PlayStation Classic," the new console shares the design of the original PlayStation that launched in 1994, but is considerably smaller, priced at $99.99. You'll find classic titles, like the 1997 role-playing game Final Fantasy VII to the 1998-1999 racing game R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 and Tekken 3. Continue reading for another video and more information.
For those who have always wanted Sony's AIBO robotic dog, but didn't manage to pick one up when they were discontinued in 2006, rejoice! The company announced today that their all-new version will be coming to the US, priced at $2,899, which includes three years of Sony's AI Cloud service too. Unlike its predecessors, this model uses AI Cloud to send its daily activities back to Sony's servers, shaping the robot's personality as well as enabling owners stay connected to their device over Wi-Fi or LTE through AT&T. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information.
Sony has decided to commemorate selling 500-million PlayStation consoles - 525.3-million to be exact - by releasing a limited edition PS4 Pro. Limited to just 50,000 units worldwide, the bundle includes a translucent-blue console with matching DualShock 4 controller, a stand, headset, and a PlayStation Camera. Continue reading for an unboxing video, more pictures and information.
We have seen the future of smartphone cameras, and they'll use Sony's all-new IMX586 CMOS sensor, the first with the capability to capture 48-megapixel photos, thanks to an ultra-small pixel size of just 0.8μm, which enables this pixel density on a 1/2-inch sensor. It also captures 4K video footage at 30fps, 480fps high-speed recording at 1080p, phase-detect autofocus, and HDR imaging. "These days, high-end smartphone models require even greater imaging quality from their cameras. The new Sony sensor features 48 effective megapixels, a pixel count which rivals that of high-performance SLR cameras, making it possible to capture beautiful, high-resolution images even with a smartphone" said a company representative. continue reading for a few sample photos and more information.
It's only a matter of time until smartphone with flexible designs hit the market, and Sony's Xperia Flex could be one of them. Featuring a 6.2" 4K OLED display, Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB of RAM, up to 512GB of internal storage, dual rear cameras (19MP + 12MP sensors), and a body that can be folded in half. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Several dual-screen smartphones have already hit the market, but we've yet to see a model with three displays, or at least a non-concept, to be revealed. The Sony ARVOW just might be the first, as not only does this device have a triple screen setup, but when not in use, you can just fold it in half, using the top and bottom for notifications. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Another day, another PlayStation 5 concept, especially this time of year, when E3 is in full session. Designed by Joseph Dumary, this device features a Smart Console that records and adapts gamers' behavior to provide preferred controller settings, apply game options automatically, and install necessary apps to enhance the gaming experience. However, the most innovative feature are the new DualShock controllers, which boast "Watt Up" technology by the Energous Group, which permanently keeps the gamepads charged wirelessly. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and information.
Since Sony is a part of the Blu-ray Disc Founders Group, it would be very fitting of them to give the format one last hurrah before going fully digital, and the PlayStation 5 could be the perfect game console to do so. In the concept above, an opening around the edge of the circle enables users to slide discs directly into the console. Continue reading for more pictures and information.