A hybrid photo and video full frame shooter
Among other things
World's first smallest and lightest full-frame camera
With a 50.1-megapixel main sensor
Here's a fun and quirky list from Sony
Pre-order period: Nov 19-Dec 5
The same camera sensor from the Sony RX100 VII
Fined for 1 million
The FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS II
Great for vlogging and beginners
World's first 4K 120Hz smartphone display, Alpha-grade cameras, world-class audio and gaming experience
Targeted for professional photography and video production
Get a taste of that Pro Camera goodness
Adapting to the new normal
And then some
Including all AP photographers and videographers around the world
Monster of a smartphone camera hitting us later in the year
The flagship phone is quite late to the game
A major improvement over the Xperia 1
Still made for sports photographers
Can focus on subjects in just 0.02 seconds!
This is Sony's 2019 flagship
Still king of full-frame mirrorless cameras
They plan to make their mobile business profitable soon
There are a lot of reasons why these vloggers choose Sony
Small in size, but definitely not terrible in performance
All about the cinematic experience
Xperia fans in the Philippines are in for a treat: They can now purchase Sony’s most premium smartphone to date!
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Flying cars, rolling phones, and Ice Cream right at home
Take the best photos even when you’re alone!
It's time to level up your webcam game!
They surely are beautiful in blue!
The perfect phone?
LG's trying to carve a new niche
More capable than its Xiaomi and Realme counterparts
Carefully curated for your camera needs
A glimpse at the future of smartphones
Manufacturers are being creative
The latest and greatest in mobile tech
The latest contender in the full-frame mirrorless camera race
The newest Android name has just been officially announced! Version 8.0 of the mobile operating system has a dessert name of Oreo, so what’s there to know?