The new Sony smartphone debuts in GFXbench. It has a 6 inch screen and an Android Oreo. It's a strong midrange based on Snapdragon 630. Will Sony break MediaTek on average shelf?
The Sony branded smartphone "H4233" hit the GFXbench benchmark. Below you can read the exact specification of the device.The smartphone looks a little like the successor of the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra. We tested this smartphone, and Paul praised him for being good at this shelf camera, and the main complaint against him was the poor battery life associated with a small link. After the specification we see on the benchmark results, the situation can be improved. The Snapdragon 630 , which will drive the new phablet from Sony, is the successor to the 625, so we expect great power efficiency. Sony has long been known for optimizing software for battery. With the use of a sufficiently large cell, we can deal with one of the longer-running smartphones on the market. What else can we find in the new model from Sony? 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of user data is a solid guarantee of good performance in everyday work. The screen will be 6 inches and FullHD resolution. The smartphone will work under Android 8.0 Oreo right away when removed from the box. The device also has an NFC that will surely delight Maniacs using Android Pay proximity payments. Bad cameras are also promising. The main matrix has 21 megapixels and phase detection. Front camera for selfie is 15 Mpix. Interestingly, both cameras allow 4K recording. In my opinion this is the successor of the mentioned Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra. It encourages the use of energy-efficient Snapdragon instead of MediaTek. I do not think it would be a frameless smartphone, so this solution will be rather reserved for the upcoming Xperia XZ flagship. Side frames will be reduced to the minimum as in the predecessors, but the top and bottom will probably remain huge. One thing I would like from this model is finally a solid-capacity cell that would make this smartphone a great tool for multimedia consumption on a longer journey without the risk of unloading before its purpose. How do you like the new Sony smartphone? Does the company have the chance to win the average price shelf? Source: GFXbench