Sony Xperia Pro-I price in UK is £1,599 and it comes in 12GB RAM and 512GB storage. The device is expensive and that’s because Sony targeted it mainly for content creators and for professionals that are in the videography/photography segment. The Sony Xperia Pro-I will be available for purchase in December.
The smartphone has a 6.5-inch 4k OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate support. It is water and dust resistant with IP68 rating, also it is protected by Corning gorilla glass victus with aluminium frame. To keep the device secure there is a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and 3.5mm jack availablity.
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Powering the device is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G chipset with an octa-core processor, paired with 12GB of RAM and 512GB storage that is expandable via a microSD card.
The Xperia Pro-I has quad rear camera system. A 12MP OIS main cam alongside a 12MP ultrawide, 12MP OIS telephoto and TOF 3D depth lens. The rear cameras are capable of recording 4k videos @120fps while the front camera is 8MP capped at 1080p video recording.
Software wise, the device runs on Android 11 out of the box and is well optimized by Sony to meet professionals and top content creators interest. The Sony Xperia Pro-I is not a device one buy simply for fun but rather for creating top notch video/photo contents.
And the battery size of the phone is 4,500 mAh with a 30W fast charge support. The smartphone is available only in Frosted Black color.
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Sony Xperia Pro-I Price in UK and Availability
Sony Xperia Pro-I price in UK with 12/512 GB storage is £1,599 The Xperia Pro-I will be available in UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands as from December, 2021.