Sony India introduced– Xperia R1 Plus and R1. Bundled with attractive offerings, these smartphones will be manufactured in India. Promised to be a flag bearer of Sony’s ongoing commitment to Indian consumers, both these smartphones are integrated with impressive 13.2 cm (5.2) HD Display, 13MP Autofocus camera with Exmor, thus making them a perfect choice for those looking to buy a mid–segment smartphone.
Packed with innovations such as Uplink Data Compression (UDC), VoLte and 4G Broadcast Ready, this new offering by Sony will add immense value to the mid-segment smartphone users in India to suit their multi-faceted lifestyle. And together with Android Oreo 8.0 upgrade option, users will be able to use it with the latest condition.
The new Xperia R1 Plus and R1’s uncluttered design is meant to fit seamlessly into your life. The soft, rounded form with a loop surface and 2.5D curved glass makes it comfortable to hold, while the stunning colours are designed to suit your style.
The new Xperia R1 Plus and R1 sport a 13 MP rear camera with Autofocus camera with Exmor for mobile by Sony censor. Both smartphone gets 12 Capturing Modes of an object at different moments of time before or after the shutter click, therefore offering an array of images for you to choose your perfect picture.
Xperia R1 Plus and R1 have camera with the ISO capability up to 3200. It enables users to take stunning low light photos and bright selfies even in dimly lit areas. Both models have an 8MP front camera with 76 degree wide angle, which will make the best of your pose even in low-light and group selfies. With Sony’s new improved camera technology, both Xperia™ R1 Plus and R1 let you capture memorable moments more easily giving you the best pictures.
With Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, the new Xperia R1 Plus and R1 offer Uplink Data Compression (UDC) to improve data transmission which helps you to download web pages up-to 50% faster. Efficient data uploading “Uplink Data Compression” improves data transmission, by compressing all uplink traffic so that the same information can be uploaded with fewer bits from the phone to the tower.