Review Sony Xperia Pro –The smartphone has a micro HDMI Type-D port which allows users to turn the phone screen into an external screen for the Sony Alpha mirrorless camera.
Sony Xperia Pro can also be connected with a micro HDMI cable that connects the phone to the camera. Once connected, the Xperia Pro can then take over the function of the camera screen, such as being a viewfinder.
The smartphone also has four 5G mmWave antennas embedded in the entire side frame of the phone, making it easy to send photos and stream videos quickly and smoothly.
Still about hardware, the Xperia Pro carries the Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12GB RAM, 512GB internal memory, and a 4,000 mAh capacity battery that supports fast charging via USB type-C with 21 watts of power.
For photography, the smartphone has one 8 MP (f / 2.0) front camera and three rear cameras consisting of a 12 MP main camera (f / 1.7), a 12 MP telephoto camera (f / 2.4), and a 12 MP ultrawide camera ( f / 2.2).
Camera supporting features include motion-based (PDAF) and eye-based object focus locking (Eye-AF), Auto Exposure (AE), as well as shooting up to 20 fps with the autofocus (AF) feature.
The body of this phone itself looks sturdier than the Xperia 1 II. However, the screen specifications are exactly the same. Xperia Pro carries an OLED panel with a size of 6.5 inches, 4K HDR resolution, and a screen ratio of 21: 9. The screen is also protected with Gorilla Glass 6.