The large 5.5 inch 4K display comes with a screen rseolution of 3840x2160 pixels. Packing more than 800 pixels per inch the Xperia Z5 is equipped with a full HD screen. The way the 4K content loads on the device will be a visual treat.
There's certainly a discussion to be had about whether a 4K display on a smartphone is a waste of battery power or graphics power, but the history of mobile tech tells us that this is inevitably the shape of things to come. The real question right now is how that absurd display impacts other areas of the device. Looks like as if the device is designed in a certain way to overcome such issues.
Sony has the Xperia Z5 Premium which allows you to upgrade your favorite content to 4K. Any videos and photos can thus be viewed with greater picture quality. A Snapdragon 810 processor comes with 3430mAh battery with quick charging support. The 32GB internal storage, with the capability to take a 200GB external micro SD card, offers extra space for 4K videos and movies.
The 23 MP which Sony features in the Z5 and the Z5 Compact is seen in the Z5 Premium as well. The device is said to be having the fastest auto focus on the market -0.03 seconds. Taking images in low light is not much of a task with this handset.
Xperia Z5 Premium also feature's Sony's on display feature - the data transfer between processor and device is optimised so Xperia Z5's display memory technology, which remembers the display of images seen on your smartphone thereby caches the image or video so that you don't need to reload the full image each time you want to view it thus preserving battery power in the process. Connectivity options on the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium include DLNA and MHL 3.0 to enjoy your content on a 4K TV.
Display - 5.5 Inch 4K TRILUMINOS Display With 806 PPI
Storage - 3GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage and 200 GB external memory
Processor - 64bit Snapdragon 810 Octa Core Processor
Camera - 23 MP Rear Camera With Auto Focus and 5.1 MP Exmor R Camera
Connectivity - NFC, Bluetooth 4.1
Battery - 3430 mAh Battery
There is a undeniable discussion whether a 4K display on a smartphone eats up a lot of your battery or graphics power. But if we take a closer look it definitely will. Now the major question will be how this superior 4K display is going to affect other functionalities of the device. As per the company the 3,430mAh battery is guaranteed to deliver up to two days of power.
Will the 810 Snapdrgon processor featured in the Z5 Premium be able to tolerate a full HD display without any sluggishness? We will have to wait for the release in order to clear all our queries.