Within a month of its launch, the Sony Xperia 1 II is about to get its first firmware update with some improvements for the phone’s cameras. The phone came with impressive features for content creators and one of the most advanced screens ever seen on a mobile phone.
The new update was announced today by Sony and among the main features is the autofocus based on the location of the eyes for the ultrawide 16mm camera to ensure greater accuracy even in challenging conditions such as sudden movements and dark environments. Speaking of low-light environments, the update also brings night mode to the 24mm camera.
And that’s not all! The update also offers the possibility to record 4K videos at 60FPS and improvement for slow-motion videos in FullHD 1080p at 120FPS. These updates make the Xperia 1 II camera system even more complete.
The camera set consists of 4 sensors: a 12MP primary sensor with OIS, a 12MP secondary camera with a wide-angle lens, a 12MP sensor with a telephoto lens and OIS in addition to a 3D ToF sensor for depth of field data.
The update will start to roll-out starting in April in Japan. It’s expected to be followed by the European market.