Yesterday Sony officially released Xperia PRO-I, a new product of its mobile phone brand Xperia series. Xperia PRO-I is equipped with a black card 7 with a 1-inch super-outsole CMOS, which has become one of the biggest promotional selling points of this phone. But today (October 27), some foreign media issued a question,The 1-inch CMOS called Xperia PRO-I has undergone special “optimization” by Sony for mobile phones.
This CMOS is marked on Sony’s Xperia PRO-I leaflet“Based on the Black Card 7 sensor, specially adjusted for Xperia PRO-I”, But according to the media,This so-called “adjustment” actually caused Xperia PRO-I to fail to take full advantage of the pixel advantages brought by the area of the high-size sensor.
It is reported that this CMOS developed by Sony based on the Black Card 7 sensor should theoretically have an excellent performance of 20 million pixels.But in fact, what Sony labeled the CMOS for Xperia PRO-I is not 20 million pixels, but 12 million pixels.
This means that the CMOS on the Xperia PRO-I is not actually a full-blooded black card 7 outsole. The optimization and adjustments Sony claims have actually caused the “shrink” of the pixels.
In addition to this 1-inch CMOS lens as the main promotional selling point, Xperia PRO-I also has a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 3D iTOF sensor for fast focusing and real-time focusing. . For onecell phoneThis kind of lens configuration can be regarded as luxurious, but users who come with the same outsole of the Black Card 7 will inevitably be a little disappointed in the face of the shrunken main camera.