Sony Experia 10 Feature 1

Sony officially announced three new additions to its Xperia line: the Xperia 10, Xperia 10 Plus, and Xperia 1. The key takeaway for these models is that all three are made for both shooting and viewing video content. Sony borrowed heavily from its Alpha camera line to bring users the most extensive set of video and photo tools available for mobile.

In this post, we run through specs, features, photos, and release information for the new devices.

Xperia 10 vs Xperia 10 Plus vs Xperia 1

Xperia 10 Xperia 10 Plus Xperia 1
Colors Navy, Black, Silver, Pink Navy, Black, Silver, Gold Black, Purple, Grey, White
Display 21:9 Wide display 6” Full HD+ 21:9 Wide display 6.5″ Full HD+ 21:9 CinemaWide 4K HDR OLED
Split-Screen “Multitask” Display
Main Camera Dual camera
13MP + 5MP
Dual camera
12MP + 8MP
Triple lens camera system
12MP + 12MP + 12MP
16mm super wide-angle
52mm telephoto
Front Camera 8MP 8 MP 8 MP
Portrait selfie effects
Bokeh Effect
2x Optical Zoom X
5x digital zoom
3D Creator X X
Weight 162 g 180 g 180 g
Dimensions 6.1 x 2.7 x .3 inches 6.6 x 2.9 x 0.3 inches 6.4 x 3 x .3 inches
Android Version 9 9 9
Battery 2870mAh 3000mAh 3330mAh
System On Chip Snapdragon 630, octa-core (2.2 GHz Cortex-A53) Snapdragon 636, octa-core (1.8 GHz Kryo 260) Snapdragon 855, octa core (1 ×2.84 GHz + 3 ×2.42 GHz + 4 ×1.8 GHz Kryo 485)
4 GB (China only)
4 GB
6 GB (China only)
6 GB
ROM 64 GB 64 GB 64/128 GB
Bluetooth 5 5 5
Sound High-Resolution Audio with DSEE HX™ High-Resolution Audio with DSEE HX™ Dolby Atmos®
Stereo speaker
High-Resolution Audio
High-Resolution Wireless Audio (LDAC)

Sony Xperia 10

Our first impression of the Xperia 10 is that it’s really, really long. Made for multi-tasking, the Xperia 10 provides an immersive user experience whether you’re scrolling through Instagram or watching Game of Thrones.

If you love movies, the 21: 9-inch display should be a major selling point (this is the same aspect ratio most films are shot in). Alternatively, if you want to create your own content, the 10 Plus’s Dual 12MP + 8MP camera records breathtaking movies that take full advantage of every inch of the phone’s wide display.

Sony Xperia 10 Plus

As mentioned above, these phones are great for someone looking for a big, beautiful smartphone screen. The 10 Plus’s 6.5”, 21:9 wide display is long enough for a split-screen display and slim enough to fit comfortably in your hand or pocket.

Like the Xperia 10, the 10 Plus also has a film-friendly 21:9-inch display that’s great for watching and recording content. The viewing and processing experience is also ideal for gamers; the 10 Plus uses the Qualcomm® Snapdragon 636 mobile platform which is strong enough to handle all of the simultaneous gameplay and app usage you can throw at it.

Sony Xperia 1

The Sony Xperia 1 is meant for creators. It’s the first smartphone in the world to boast a 4K OLED display and eye autofocus tracking. These upgrades combined with a triple-lens camera, this phone is perfect for watching and creating movies.

This phone brings tech from the Sony Alpha series with BIONZ X™ for mobile. It has RAW noise reduction to eliminate grain in low light and (as mentioned above) has precision focus for striking portraits. It also shoots a respectable 10fps What’s more, it includes fast Eye AF and an outstanding up to 10fps AF/AE tracking technology.

To read more about this incredible smartphone (and see more pics) see our full review here.

That’s all we have for now on the new Sony Xperia releases. Keep checking back for updated photos, launch dates, and pricing info.


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