Sony Xperia 5 is an Android tablet marketed and manufactured by Sony. Part of the Sony Flagship Xperia Series, presented at the annual IFA event on September 5, 2019, the device is a more compact and affordable variant.
Xperia 5 looks a lot like Xperia 1, but it has a smaller form factor than this. Like the 1 it uses aluminum for the frame and Corning Gorilla Glass 6 for the screen and the rear panel. Button design. The volume, power and shutter buttons as well as the fingerprint scanner are always stored on the right side of the phone. However, the card slot has moved to the left instead of the tray mounted on the top of the Xperia 3 In particular, the LED has been moved to the upper left corner of the device, such as the camera module, color detection (RGBC-IR sensor), and the previous Xperia phone. Top orpis / speakers, front camera, notification LED and various sensors have been placed in the top bezel. The lower end has the main microphone and the USB-C port firing speakers at the bottom. With 158mm × 68mm × 8.2mm, the Xperia 5 is 9mm shorter and 4mm narrower than the T1, but has the same depth. The reduction in volume makes the device lighter at 164 grams (5.78 oz). It weighs less than 5 grams (5z oz). The same IP65 / 68 rating is present and four colors are available: blue, red, black and gray.
The chipset is moved from 1, has a 6 GB LPDDR4X RAM with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SC and an Adreno 640 GPU. The Xperia 5 is only available with 128GB of UFS internal storage, does not have a 64GB model of 1, and the microSD expansion is smaller with up to 512GB of hybrid dual SIM configuration, and has a lower resolution than the Xperia 1, 6.1-inch (155mm) and 155mm (155mm). HDR 21: 9 uses 1080p (1080 × 2520) panels resulting in a pixel density of 449 ppi.
In hardware, the camera system is similar to the Xperia 1 (an Ultra Wide Angle 12MP lens with a primary 12MP lens, a 12MP telephoto lens and an 8MP front camera) but lacks the capacity 960 fps slow motion due to the lack of a stacked main memory sensor. . To compensate, Sony has improved the IAF autofocus by allowing it to operate at 30 fps. Due to a reduction in physical footprint, the battery is 6% smaller than the Xperia 1, a 3140mAh cell that can be recharged up to 18W via USB-C3.1 port. The 3.5mm audio jack is still missing, but an active external amplifier is still included; Connection options remain the same in most cases.
Xperia 5 works with Android 9.0 "Pi" Smart Stamina Battery Saver mode and Sony-owned multimedia applications. It has an advanced lateral concept. It works with a few touch sensitive areas on each side of the phone. A touch or slide triggers a number of actions defined by the user, most of which are configurable with the sensitivity of the touch region. Another feature of Side Sense is the shortcut cross, which enables users to instantly activate a split screen configuration with a select pair of customizable applications, starting from the Side Sense window.