Sony Xperia XZ1 Rumors Say 960fps Feature!

Sony Xperia XZ1

The Sony Xperia XZ1 Rumors about a 5.2″ HDR screen phone in the XZ line include the Motion Eye feature of 960fps video capture.  The Xperia XZs and XZ Premium earlier this year showed off Sony’s new slow motion capabilities when it comes to mobile sensor packages. The quality on those phones aims for 720p at 960fps and while it has some artifacts it is still usable.

We expect the Motion Eye Feature of the XZ1 to be the same as in other XZ phones which lasts under one second of recording at 720p 960fps. The Phone leaks also suggests the same sensor block which at 19MP is identical to previous XZ releases with Motion Eye.  The Phone will also have 4k 30p and 60fps 1080p recording.  Motion Eye Camera Module! 960fps Capable!

EXCLUSIVE: 360-degree supposed leaked renders of Sony Xperia XZ1 by CompareRaja:

Xperia XZ1 Leaked Specs (RUMOR):

  • 5.2-inch HDR display
  • Snapdragon 835 chip-set
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 64GB of storage
  • 19MP rear camera
  • 960fps slow motion video recording
  • 13MP front-facing camera
  • front-facing stereo speakers
  • IP65 or IP68 level dust and water resistance.

Camera Specs From XZ Premium Likely to be the same in the XZ1:

  • 19MP Motion Eye™ Camera1/2.3″
  • Exmor RS™ stacked sensor
  • Pixel Pitch 1.22μm
  • Triple image sensing technologyPredictive Hybrid Autofocus
  • 960 fps Super slow motion videos
  • Predictive Capture
  • 0.5 sec Quick Launch & Capture
Xperia XZ Premium Motion Eye Tech Video by Sony:

Pricing and Release Date:

The Xperia XZ1 is estimated to be released by August 31st 2017 with a pricing bracket of $699.99 USD or £549 Pounds.  If Rumors are right!


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3 thoughts on “Sony Xperia XZ1 Rumors Say 960fps Feature!”

  1. There’s one thing with the 960 fps that let me sell my XZ Premium and switch to an iPhone 7plus: Usability. More specific: 0.12 seconds record time. No chance to capture a random event. A set up event never get’s captured in it’s full length. With setting up the shot, the mobility of the smartphone gets irrelevant. I’m way happier with usable “unlimited” 720p240 than 0.12 seconds fragments of 720p960.

    1. Agreed, Sony needs to increase the usable RAM buffer in these phones. Our guess is that they will introduce a better one at 1080p with at least a 1 second buffer sometime in 2018. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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