SONY TX200V contrast ST18i Performance report
CP exhibition release in Japan, SONY calmly of released three of new DC, three of the TX200V camera by many users' attention. Of course he has a lot of attention reasons, such as very advanced and concise appearance design, for example as high as 18 million pixels new back as CMOS type. Of course this camera is not only bright point some, but also can cause certain associations. Let's see the SONY TX200V and SONY Ericsson ST18i.
- Abilene, TX (1888PressRelease) February 03, 2012 - Some may ask the two things is a camera, a mobile phone is, what are the similarities? Actually very simple, similar volume, the same screen is this 2 product's largest similarities, lenovo to polaroid in CES show displayed on the legendary andros system camera, in the mobile phone industry infiltrating years of SONY apparently are more likely to launch the camera andros system.
96 mm 111 mm
58 mm 53 mm
16 mm 9.4 mm
129 g 100 g
SONY BIONZ Qualcomm MSM8255
630 mAh 1500 mAh
About 18 million About 8 million
1.26 u m 1.4 u m
About 28-140-mm About 35 mm
In order to give you a better understanding of what the author clearly content, we can see the 2 product size weight really similar, of course the camera sink many thick a lot, but battery capacity but dropped substantially. Obviously there are several aspects, one is to three and do sacrifice, one is more sensitive components and lens need better thickness, and there is an additional camera processor. And the camera's integration is often low than mobile phones, big volume some and there is little not.
Two of the equipment is also use the same touch control, the same 854 x 480 3.3 inch screen, and also belong to SONY this brand. In fact if SONY not especially the thickness control, using a common processing device to deal with pictures (may reduce the speed and heightening the power consumption), can make a use of the camera andros system (or have the same level of imaging and camera phone), believe that the future SONY Bloggie products will go to the direction, let we'll see!