Sony Xperia1 III microphone comprehensive review: a sincere work of black technology

When we mention the word “black technology”, we will think of which technology manufacturers are? Perhaps each person’s answer is different. But for me, my answer has and only one, that is Sony. For me, Sony’s influence on my childhood is too big, from the lobby of the home with Sony TV, the room to play PS4, PSP, Sony headphones to wear, Sony α camera used to record life, and then to my hands with the Sony Xperia.

So when Sony officially released the China version of Sony Xperia 1 III in China, I “bore the brunt” of the first batch of China warriors, the first price to buy the Sony Xperia 1 III for their own use. So with more than two months of use, I have a full understanding of the Sony Xperia 1 III and I have enough to say to review this machine. So you have waited long, this is a full review of Sony Xperia1 III microphone from a Sony fan full of sincerity.

Appearance: slender body for superb recognition

If you ask me, what is the biggest difference between the appearance of Sony phones and other manufacturers’ phones in the past few years? It’s 100% the slender and square body design. In fact, in the Sony Xperia1 III, the two parts of the design and the screen are inextricably linked, and it’s hard to separate them. But let’s put the screen aside and focus on the design first. The slender design of the body can be said to be quite a standout in the current sea of uniformity in appearance. Of course, in addition to “slender”, the DNA design language of square shape continues to flow in the blood of Sony Xperia1 III.

The back is made of frosted matte glass and the metal frame is also frosted, while the Sony Xperia1 III has a rounded edge on the top and bottom of the frame to balance the square design with a good feel. The edges are not overly sharp and cut, but still maintain the square feel of the body.


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