Sony has just released a gorgeous new infographic for their Xperia Z3 device which shows off its supreme photographic abilities. The company has been known to release infographics in the past, which all contribute to the ways in which customers perceive the device and the company that sells it.
Sony’s Xperia Z3 is a powerful device, which can be classed in the highest league of smartphones, packing an impressive set of specs. Sony impressed us this year with various releases, and took Android gaming one step further with their integration with the PS4. The tech giant has also consistently released these infographics, which tech enthusiasts are always thankful for, as they give everyone a better understanding of Sony’s devices. The device’s camera is one of its biggest advantages, offering you a really accurate result with very sharp image quality. The shooter is a 20.7MP one, with a 1/2.3-inch Exmor RS sensor with 1.12 micron pixels.
Sony is one of the first companies to feature the 12800 ISO light sensitivity setting with their Xperia Z3 device, which indicates just how good the camera quality is. Their infographic is fantastic if you want to get a better idea of just how well it works, particularly if you’re into photography. It offers not only specialized information, but also some statistics that are really interesting. The infographic also gives some interesting explanations as to why their photos are so accurate, and demonstrates some of the environments that are best to take photos in.
Releasing an infographic is a great move for any tech company, because it keeps their customers informed and also offers the media some information to work with. So in the end, they gain a solid customer base which has good knowledge, and they’re also advertising their products at the same time, so it’s a win-win situation for everyone.
Latest Sony infographic sheds light on Xperia Z3’s camera capabilities
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Source: Sony Mobile