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Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Review - Specifications

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Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Specifications

Front Camera
PixelsNo Data
Max ApertureNo Data
Smartphone Cameras
Smartphone Cameras
    Additional CamerasNo Data
    Max Aperturef/2
    35mm equivalent24mm
    Optical Zoom0x
    Image Sensor
    Pixels23Mp (Megapixels)
    Pixels (W)No Data
    Pixels (H)No Data
    Sensor TypeBack-lit CMOS (B.S.I.)
    Sensor Size1/2.3
    Sensor Size (width)No Data
    Sensor Size (height)No Data
    Aspect Ratio
      LCD Monitor
      LCD Monitor5.5in
      Screen resolution4K UHD (3840x2160), 806 PPI Triluminos display
      Touch ScreenYes
      Focusing modes
      • Autofocus
      • Face Detection
      • Touch AF
      Exposure Control
      Shutter speeds shortestNo Data
      Shutter speeds longestNo Data
      ISO sensitivity100 - 12800
      Movie modeYes
      Video Resolution
      • 1920x1080 FullHD
      • 4K
      Video FPSNo Data
      Stereo SoundNo Data
      Other Features
      Image StabilisationNo Data
      USBNo Data
      Internal Memory32000MB
      Power Source
      Battery Type3430 mAh
      Box Contents
      Box ContentsNo Data

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      Lenscapon 3 64
      25 Jun 2016 9:29PM
      I think the Z5 sensor is large for a mobile, as it's the same size as a compact camera's sensor and larger than most other mobiles - so not sure what meant by the opening comnent about it being a common size of sensor?

      My experience is that this gives better low light performance than most other mobile phones, although nowhere near as good as a dslr or mirrorless camera.

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