In addition to the flagship Xperia 1 V, this early morning Sony has also presented the relatively smooth mid-range teddy bear Xperia 10 V. The phone offers a 6.1-inch OLED (FHD+, 21:9, Gorilla Glass Victus), the 6nm Snapdragon 695 chip, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
Sony doesn’t specify a refresh rate for the screen, so we assume it’s at the classic 60Hz. Compared to its predecessor, the panel is approximately 1.5 times brighter outdoors. The local space can be expanded through memory cards up to 1TB and the device has been endowed with eSIM support, 3.5mm jack, forward-facing stereo speakers, high-resolution audio, “DSEE Ultimate” and IP68 rating.
What makes the Xperia 10 V stand out in its size class is the device’s powerful 5000mAh battery, which in combination with 60Hz should offer excellent battery life. For comparison, the Galaxy S23 with the same screen size (but different aspect ratio) only offers 3900mAh. The iPhone 14 has an even smaller battery at a sad 3279mAh. The battery in the Xperia 10 V should be enough for about 39 hours of video playback.
Sony was able to cram brutal batteries into phones years ago, such as in the Xperia Z2, so it’s nice to see the manufacturer is back with its cheerful battery antics. The construction also measures 155 x 68 x 8.3 millimeters and weighs 159 grams. Despite its giant battery for the screen size, the phone is neither excessively thick nor heavy. According to Sony, the Xperia 10 V is “the world’s lightest 5G smartphone with 5000mAh”.
The company’s camera specifications are somewhat strange, but the phone has a 16mm super wide-angle camera, a 26mm main camera and a 54mm telephoto lens. The main camera offers OIS and a 1.6 times larger sensor than its predecessor, which increases light input and improves dark performance.
Xperia 10 V will be available in mid-June in Sweden for approximately SEK 4,990.
Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.
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