Sony presented its Xperia 1, making it the first ever phone to carry a 4K OLED display in a smartphone. It was launched featuring an aspect ratio of 21:9 and the entire panel is trademarked under the moniker CinemaWide. As the moderators say officially on a Sony forum, it is not going to be similar as that of the XZ2 Premium and slip back to 1080p for almost all of the apps and UI, on the other hand, all of the things are going to be displayed in the 4K resolution of 3840 x 1644 pixels.
By this time, the apps that are not supporting the native 4K and are going to work in Full HD till the time that the support gets added. The native apps are all scheduled to be updated so as to support the latest resolution – Home Screen, Settings, Gallery, together with the third-party platforms including Netflix all are supposed to be geared up at the time that the phone is going to be presented for sale on shelves.
At this time, the phone has not been presented for sale at any place around the globe, while the people expect it to be available by May in the United Kingdom carrying a price tag of £849 (which approximately equals €983/$1,110).
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