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Weekly poll: will you buy a Sony Xperia 1 VI or Xperia 10 VI?
5:13 pm | May 19, 2024

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The Mark 6 Sony phones were unveiled earlier this week, but if you want one, you will have to wait until June. Do you want one? Let’s talk about the phones and have a vote. The Sony Xperia 1 VI finally gave up on trying to cram 4K resolution in a 6 and a bit inch screen and went with FHD+. And it’s an LTPO panel to boot, both of which combined result in stunning battery life. Well, that and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which appears to be running of two AA batteries. For all the focus on gaming in the Xperia 1 VI advertising, the phone isn’t great at it (sustained performance is bad...

Sony Xperia 10 VI review
8:57 pm | May 17, 2024

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Sony Xperia 1 VI’s UK pre-order offer revealed
1:11 pm | May 16, 2024

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Sony has announced its pre-order offer for the freshly unveiled Xperia 1 VI for UK customers. Those who pre-order the Xperia 1 VI from Sony's UK website will get a free pair of Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones worth €329/£299 and 50% off on the Xperia I IV Case purchased from Sony Store Online. The Sony Xperia 1 VI - starting at £1,299 in the UK and €1,399 in Germany - is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC and comes with 12GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. It sports a 6.5" 120Hz FullHD+ LTPO OLED display and packs a 5,000 mAh battery with 30W charging. Sony Xperia 1 VI The Sony...

Sony Xperia 1 VI review
6:32 pm | May 15, 2024

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Sony Xperia 10 VI in for review
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This is the Xperia 10 VI, Sony's annual midranger, and on the surface, not much has changed. It follows the blueprint of its predecessor almost to the letter. A mid-sized phone with great battery life, solid multimedia credentials, and the Sony experience for Sony faithful. The Xperia 10 VI is environmentally conscious, which is to say that it ships in a recycled box without any plastic inside, but also sadly no accessories - hope you have a charger and USB cable lying around. Over 50% of the phone's own plastics are recycled too! The new phone has lost the dedicated 54mm zoom...

Sony Xperia 10 VI retains the 21:9 display and gets SD 6 Gen 1 chipset
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The Xperia 1 VI may have ditched its 21:9 display, but the Xperia 10 VI is here to continue the trend of tall and narrow Sony phones. The latest Sony midranger brings a few key changes compared to its predecessor including a more capable Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset and 8GB RAM but it loses out on the dedicated telephoto cam. Sony Xperia 10 VI Xperia 10 VI features a 6.1-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate. You still get Gorilla Glass Victus protection on the front and an 8MP front-facing cam and Sony claims the speakers are now louder and offer improved...

Sony Xperia 1 VI is here – SD 8 Gen 3, better zoom and more conventional screen
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The Sony Xperia 1 VI is official and it's looking like a welcome refinement of the Xperia 1 V formula. The biggest change is the move away from the staple 4K OLED in its cinema 21:9 aspect ratio and towards a more conventional 19.5:9 1080x2340px panel. The diagonal is still 6.5 inches, but with the new aspect it's actually a slightly larger screen. The display is now brighter too - up from 900 nits to 1,300 nits - and smarter - the LTPO panel variably adjusts between 1Hz and 120Hz, whereas the Xperia 1 V mostly toggled between 60Hz and 120Hz. This will likely have a positive impact...

Sony Xperia 1 VI leaks in full, all specs detailed
8:01 pm | May 14, 2024

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We are now only a few hours away from the official unveiling of Sony's Xperia 1 VI, its all-out flagship for this year, and as sometimes happens in these cases, a new leak has preempted basically all of Sony's event. This leak fully details all of the phone's specs, most of which we've heard of before, and that's paired with some leaked images that seem to come from an internal source at the company - in fact, we wouldn't be surprised if some of these slides will be used at the presentation itself. So let's dive in. The Xperia 1 VI will drop the 4K resolution screen, as has been...

Leaked interview reveals new Sony Xperia 1 VI color and a redesigned camera app
3:22 pm |

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The Sony Xperia 1 V launched last year with a choice of exciting colors: Black, White and Khaki Green... right. Well, the good news is that this year the Sony design team has added a bolder color option. The upcoming Sony Xperia 1 VI will also be available in Red as can be seen in the image below. We have added the Mark V color palette below that for comparison and as you can see, not much has changed in terms of design, not if you’re looking at the back. Sony Xperia 1 VI colorways (leaked official image) Sony Xperia 1 V colorways There hasn’t been a red Xperia since the...

Sony Xperia 1 VI teaser hints at new aspect ratio
11:48 am | May 13, 2024

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Sony is gearing up to announce its latest flagship smartphone – the Xperia 1 VI on Friday, May 17 and the latest teaser focuses on the upcoming flagship’s display. Sony is moving to a “new display technology” on the Xperia 1 VI which is likely a new version of its BRAVIA engine which is also used on the 2024 lineup of BRAVIA TVs. The more important bit is that the Xperia 1 VI will move to a more traditional 19.5:9 aspect ratio instead of the 21:9 ratio seen on all previous Xperia 1 models. Xperia 1 VI display The panel is expected to come in at 6.5-inches and is rumored to...

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