Watch: Xperia One Mark 4 dissection and comparison with One Mark 3


Watch: Xperia One Mark 4 dissection and comparison with One Mark 3

Watch: Xperia One Mark 4 dissection and comparison with One Mark 3

One of the things that Xperia One Mark 4 Sony compared to the previous model of this What sets the smartphone apart is that the periscope camera offers a zoom range of 85mm to 125mm (3.5x to 5.2x zoom). This camera is slightly larger than the Mark 3 camera module, which can only Change between 70 and 105 mm. In addition, the Xperia One Mark 4 module benefits from a longer focal length.

According to GSMArena, the WekiHome channel has published a video of the dissection of the Xperia One Mark 4, which It shows that most of the components of this device are connected with screws, and this feature makes it easy to replace the parts when they break. However, to replace the screen of this phone, you have to remove it almost completely from the device.

This video starts with a performance test of Peacekeeper Elite and Genshin Impact. Xperia One Mark 4 consumes 4.85 watts in the first test and 5.32 watts in the second test with a resolution of 720p and a rate of 60 frames per second. Running the Genshin game brings the temperature of the back and front of the phone to around 45 degrees Celsius.

As you can see, copper tape covers the back of the display to dissipate heat from the chip. However, Sony could have used a better solution than putting heat labels on the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 and UFS 3.1 storage chip.

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Sony Xperia One Mark 4 will be available in Europe from It started last week; Therefore, customers can buy this flagship smartphone by paying 1400 euros. Of course, American customers have to wait until September to buy this device.

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