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The screen of the Sony Xperia™ Z1

Posted on 5 September 2013

What does it do?

The screen of the Sony Xperia™ Z1 isn't just 1080p full HD and 5" in size, it also sports two technologies that Sony has brought over from its TVs; Triluminous and X-Reality. Triluminous is a technology that boosts the colour of the screen. In short, the screen can display a wider selection of colours. This allows the screen to display colours that are more accurate to real life, and more vivid. X-Reality upscales low quality media using special filters that boost the colour and sharpness and cut out noise. It's perfect for a large screen like on Z1's.

What is it for?

The technology used in the Xperia™ Z1 is state of the art, giving you one of the best screens ever seen on a mobile phone. Taking photos and want to see them in true to life colours? The Z1 is perfect thanks to the Triluminous technology that lets it display more colours than other screens. Want to play back an old video you love that's a little grainy and low quality? With X-Reality technology, the Z1 can boost the video quality so that it's closer to High Definition. You'll be rediscovering your old footage and enjoying low res YouTube videos in no time.

How does it work?

The Triluminous technology in the screen of the Xperia™ Z1 gives it more colours. Imagine drawing with 12 coloured pencils. If you're a decent drawer, you could get a pretty good picture. Now imagine having 24 pencils. You could get an even better picture, with more accurate colours, couldn't you? That's exactly what Triluminous means. The images you see on screen won't be off colour or have an unnatural look. They'll be just like in real life.

X-Reality makes lower quality media look more like high quality media. It uses three unique noise reduction features to optimise the pixels, texture, outline, colour, contrast and noise. That creates the best viewing experience possible, no matter what the original quality was like.

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