Sony unveiled today its second fifth-generation Xperia Pro 5G technology, similar to the Xperia 1 II, but it is intended specifically for content and video makers.
The phone comes with a 6.5-inch OLED screen with HDR resolution and a side-rate of 21: 9, a Snapdragon 865 processor, 8 GB RAM, and 512 GB internal storage, but it will be different from version 1 II with support for speeds and ultra-high mmWave radio frequencies with fifth-generation communication technology and has an HDMI port We are not used to being in smartphones.
The idea of allocating the phone to content makers is that the Xperia Pro 5G can receive 4K video signals in high resolution on the OLED screen and re-send them to the broadcast center thanks to the mmWave technology it provides.
This makes the phone a tool within the reach of creators and content makers such as a screen and a broadcast device, as this is done by supporting four signals that allow 360 ° communication in all directions and at high speeds through fifth generation technologies.
In addition to the previous features, the phone also supports professional video streaming video by simulating and confirming the connection status. Sony said in the midst of its announcement of Xperia Pro that the HDMI port will allow the phone to be connected to any DSLR camera or professional video camera and thus transfer the pictorial or broadcast data to the server or storage Cloud via 5G connection.
As for the other specifications that the phone has, it is a 4000 mAh battery with fast charging technology and water resistance with Gorilla Glass 6 layer protection. For the price, the phone has not been disclosed by the company yet, as is the case with Xperia 1 II.