One-inch sensor with phase focusing. Sony introduced the flagship camera phone Xperia PRO-I

A new line of Sony smartphones, which the brand is positioning as the closest thing to a professional camera device, will go on sale in December. The smartphone is the first in the world to have an inch matrix with phase focusing, Zeiss optics, as well as powerful iron and 120 Hz 4K-screen.

Of course, the main emphasis was made on the photo and video capabilities of the device. The 12-megapixel main camera can switch from f/4.0 mode to f/2.0 and back. The sensor used in the device is identical to that of the RX100 VII professional camera. Thanks to the powerful BIONZ X processor, the smartphone can shoot in 4K 120 fps quality. Each of the three sensors is covered with a special anti-reflective layer. Numerous modes and options make the shooting process very comfortable and exciting.

To maximize the feeling of using a real camera, the color gamut of devices is limited to only black dawn, the body has a hole for a belt, and to release the shutter, a special button is used.

The cost of the device will be 1800 euros.