So Sony’s new flagship the Xperia XZ4 will come with a tall 21:9 display.This is the first time that any company is releasing a device with that aspect ratio.Now, Ice universe is back to give us a demo of the viewing experience through this device.He seems to have plastered the screen protector to a mock screen of 21:9 aspect ratio whileplaying a sample video, in an effort to show what watching videos on the Xperia XZ4’s displaywill be like.Most movies are made in 21:9 format, so, the XZ4 will offer the perfect way to experiencemovies on a smartphone, without those annoying black bars as demonstrated by this video.
But frankly, I’m not particularly sure about the actual usability of such a tall display.There has not been a 21:9 smartphone so far, so I cannot comment on how a phone with this wide an aspect ratio will look like in real life, I guess we’ll find out next month as Sony’s launching it at mobile world congress. According to a new benchmark score on AnTuTu, the Xperia XZ4 is going to be a true powerhouse. The score came in at an impressive 395,721, which is significantly more than any device out there inculding the latest iPhones.To put that in perspective the leaked Samsung Galaxy S10 score topped out at 362292. You might be wondering, since the Xperia Xz4 and the Galaxy S10 both are using the samechipset which is the Snapdragon 855, then how come the scores are so different. Well, there could be a lot of reasons.Thermal throttling is one of them. Maybe the Galaxy S10 probably was too hot or drew too much power in the tests so they might have throttled it.The testing guys can test while the software and hardware guys figured things out in time for the launch.That’s the reason these score vary once the device gets released. Also, Sony versions of the same CPU tend to run slightly faster than the Samsung versions because Sony keeps it really close to stock. It’s part of their strategy to facilitate maintenance and upgrades. Samsung has more stuff running. The difference isn’t usually that big of a deal though. It’s just numbers that you won’t really even notice the difference in real life. Modern phones are more than capable enough so these scores don’t even really matter in your regular usage. Anyway, consider subscribing for daily content like this and as always, I’ll see you’ll tomorrow…Peace out!
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