Sony Reveals Xperia Z1S, a 20.7-Megapixel Smartphone, at CES

Sony, at CES, unveiled its brand new high-end smartphone, Xperia Z1S that is powered by 4.3 Jelly Bean. The new phone has largely the same hardware as is in Xperia Z1, which was released during last September. The new phone, however, sports latest image processing.

Xperia Z1S features physical characteristics that are similar to its other new smartphones that came with a flat surface on the each side of waterproof phone—the Xperia Z1S can remain submerged in the freshwater for 30 minutes up to 4.9 feet. A 5” 1080p Triluminous display could be seen up front, and within the device are 2GB of RAM, a 2.2GHz q-core Snapdragon 800 processor, a great 3,000 mAh battery, and 32.0GB of internal storage along with memory card support.

Camera is its real standout feature. The Xperia Z1S comes with a 20.7-mp Exmor RS sensor, F2.0 G Lens of , and the Bionz image processing engine. The mobile sensors and cameras manufactured by Sony usually work well, and, with accompanying the shooter, Xperia Z1S must be capable of exceeding many expectations.

The camera also equips some instinctive software, such as Timeshift Burst to capture 61 shots within 2 seconds; SmartAR, an amplified reality feature that allows people to add customizable animations to images; and the capability of defocusing the background, so more artistic shots could be taken using only the camera application.

Sony Xperia Z1S is going to be available starting January 22nd exclusively via T-Mobile. Prospective customers wishing to get a quick jump on the latest smartphone can go ahead and pre-register for the phone starting today. The pre-orders will be starting on January 13th. On the Simple Choice Plan of T-Mobile, Xperia Z1S could be picked up with twenty-four monthly payments of $22 for $0 down.

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