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iPhone 13 Pro Max against Sony Xperia 1 IV: Which flagship phone is the real professional’s choice?

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But, when it comes to creating an iPhone that journalists and professionals appreciate and regularly use, Apple is the king of the hill. The iPhone 13 Pro Max is thought of as the most potent flagship phone available due to its superiority overall.

Do you believe Sony has the keys to this private Club? Let’s look.

In price and availability, Sony Xperia 1 IV Compares to the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Sony launched its Sony Xperia 1 IV on May 11, 2022. But, it will not be available for purchase until June 16 all across Europe in the U.K. on June 16 in the U.K. in the U.K. and Europe and from the beginning of September 1 in the U.S. If you live living in America and the U.S., the sole model that comes with 512GB of storage will cost $199, and those in the U.K. and Europe will get the 256GB model for PS1299/EUR1399.

There’s no news concerning Australian availability, but we’re not hoping for an announcement. Sony generally does not offer smartphones for sale in Australia.

Sony Xperia 1 IV event

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The iPhone 13 Pro Max hit stores on September 24th 2021. Prices start at $1,099 or PS1,049/ AU$1,699 for the 128GB version; then go up to $1,199 / PS1,149/ $1,869 for 256GB; and you can go up to $1,399 or PS1,349 and AU$2,219 to get 512GB and the final price is $1,599/PS1,549/AU$2,569 for the latest 1TB model.

It’s all good when you look at the overall picture of the iPhone 13 Pro Max in the sense of price and accessibility.

Sony Xperia 1 IV vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max design

The Sony Xperia 1 IV looks like its predecessor, which was that of the Sony Xperia 1 III, with identical side panels that are flat and an unusually tall style.

In the iPhone 13 Pro Max, Apple has also stuck to the design of the earlier iPhone. As with earlier models, the iPhone 12 Pro Max has an aluminum frame and flat, stainless steel finish and front and back surfaces.

Sony’s phone has dimensions of 165 x 71.1 and 8.2mm and weighs around the 185g mark. It’s bigger and heavier than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. It’s also bigger and thicker than iPhone 13 Pro Max (160.8 x 78.1 7.65mm). 7.65mm), but it’s also smaller and significantly lighter. It doesn’t come with a heavy stainless steel frame to make it heavier.

The main reason for the Sony Xperia One IV’s size is its forehead high and bezels around the side. In contrast to most flagships smartphone, it features a selfie camera at the right on top of the screen instead of being on display top-notch.

The iPhone is the most famous screen notch. It’s located on the top portion of the screens. Apple states that it has reduced the notch size to 20%, yet it’s still a snore.

Sony always embellishes its phone’s edges with intriguing points, and that’s why they feature a camera button that is located physically in addition to the 3.5mm headphone connector. Both are a hit with audiophiles and photographers.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max in silver facing down on a table

(Image credit: Future)

On the backside, on the opposite side, on the rear, iPhone 13 Pro Max organizes its camera sensors in the shape of a square. Sony’s sensors are arranged in a lozenge shape and are vertical.

The Sony Xperia 1 IV is black, white, black, or Purple. There are more colors to choose from Graphite, Gold, Silver, Sierra Blue, and Alpine Green in the iPhone land.

The phones both are dust and water-resistant. For instance, iPhone 13 Pro Max has an IP68 rating. The Sony Xperia 1 IV gets more extensive IP68 and IP65 ratings.

It is protected with Gorilla Glass Victus to protect the display of Sony. Apple has fitted the iPhone equipped with Ceramic Shield, which is constructed using ceramic nanocrystals within the glass via a high-temperature crystallization process.

Sony Xperia 1 IV vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max display

The Sony Xperia 1 IV has the same 6.5-inch OLED display with 4K resolution as the Xperia 1 III. One of the most impressive features is its “4K” figure which I equivalentaggering 3840×1644 resolution.

However, the iPhone 13 Pro Max display is a 6.7-inch OLED display with a high-resolution x-resolution of 2778 pixels. It’s more than a contest concerning the size and brightness, but it’s not as sharp.

A Sony Xperia 1 IV from the front and back, with the screen on

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This means that one of the Sony Xperia 1 IV is the sole flagship device currently that can playback 4K videos in native format. This is evidently what Sony wants to achieve with the aspect ratio of 21:9 and the seamless canvas.

The two displays both refresh to a max speed of 120Hz, making both displays equally fluid.

Sony has enhanced the display’s brightness to 50. It is not yet clear if this will allow it to keep pace with the impressive iPhone screen, which is one of the best in the industry.

Sony Xperia 1 IV vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max camera

Both phones feature triple 12-megapixel camera systems. Both brands are famous for their scientifically unorthodox method of color. But that’s the only similar thing.

Apple as well as Sony have very different approaches to photography. The iPhone is focused on the”fire and forget” feature, without the need for complicated menus or the need to think about the frame that one is making use of.

Sony’s Xperia 1 line is all about professional control, with in-depth cameras, and mirrors the top-of-the-line Alpha line of cameras. It also has a physical shutter button with two stages for the camera on the right side.

The most notable improvement in the Xperia 1 IV is with the Telephoto system. This model can enjoy an unstoppable zoom between 70mm and 125mm. This is equivalent to the optical zoom. It can be anything between 3.5x and 5.2x. That’s the first time this has been done.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 3x zoom can get a little tired.

But this iPhone 13 Pro Max camera’s image quality has been widely praised. It’s probably the best camera for smartphones at the moment.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max lying on a table, face up, showing the home screen

(Image credit: Future)

This is powered by a large (and large and wide-open f/1.5 broad-open) primary sensor that can capture stunning images in any lighting situation and is supported by a very stable sensor-shift stabilization mechanism. Even the ultra-wide camera will take stunning nighttime pictures as well.

As for hardware requirements, a significant part of the fantastic image quality is Apple’s superior image processing technology which can produce outstanding results even without any input. Sony’s phones cannot produce similar quality, but they do offer unbeatable control over your images.

Apple’s cameras have historically outperformed rivals in recording video. However, Sony hopes to enhance the quality of video recordings with the Xperia 1 IV. The most recent Sony phone can record slow-mo video in 4K, slower than iPhone’s 60fps at 4K. Sony also has an Xperia 1 IV with a more comprehensive dynamic range and a Videography Pro mode for live streaming.

iPhone 13 Pro Max has its video tricks, such as the Cinematic Mode, which allows users to apply effects that mimic portraits on your video and change the direction of Focus Post.

Both phones feature 12-megapixel selfie cameras. However, The Xperia One IV’s features are more powerful than the other two.

Sony Xperia 1 IV Vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max specs and performance

It’s not uncommon to hear the tale from the past. Android phones can keep up with their rivals in terms of performance; however, they’re still far from Apple’s latest models.

We haven’t put our Sony Xperia 1 IV through its paces yet. However, we can tell you that it’s not as fast as what’s on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. This is because it’s running the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip that powers most of its rivals, from its Xiaomi 12 Pro to the Oppo Find X5 Pro.

A close up of the Sony Xperia 1 IV's rear camera

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In all of our tests and benchmarking, these phones are just a fraction of the iPhone 13 Pro Max benchmark. The reason is Apple’s brand new A15 Bionic chip, which is a beast.

In the absence of benchmarks, there isn’t any performance difference between the latest iPhone or any Snapdragon 8 generation 1 smartphone. Both chips are more efficient than they need to tackle every everyday task, including managing multiple applications and playing top-of-the-line 3-D-based games.

The Sony Xperia 1 IV packs twice the RAM as iPhone 13 Pro Max. iPhone 13 Pro Max is compared with (12 G.B. instead of the 6 G.B.).>> It’s not a lot due to the fundamental differences in the ways iOS and Android manage their resources.

Apple’s phone has superior storage capabilities over those of Sony models. You can select between 128 1, 256, 512, or 1 T.B. according to your location. With the Sony Xperia 1 IV, You get 256GB of storage for Europe and the U.K. and Europe and more than 512GB for America The U.S.

Sony Xperia 1 IV Vs. iPhone 13 Pro Battery life up to the max

Sony has increased the capacity of its flagship battery to 5500mAh. It’s a substantial amount for a top Android smartphone and even more than is the 4352mAh iPhone 13 Pro Max battery.

As we mentioned, iOS and Android handle their resources on hardware differently, and we’d rather have an approximate sync among them.

It’s good that Sony Xperia 1 IV cannot compete with iPhone 13 Pro. Sony Xperia 1 IV will have to remove the cat from the bag to beat the iPhone 13 Pro Max. iPhone 13 Pro Max, however. In its predecessor Xperia 1 III, we typically had 10-percent or lower left in the tank following an exhausting day. In the case of the iPhone 13 Pro Max, we saw much more. iPhone 13 Pro Max, we had just 1/3 of the tank left. We’re hoping that Sony’s brute-force capabilities will increase with the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and software upgrades will make the difference.

iPhone 13 Pro Max

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These phones don’t rank among the best models for charging speed. Sony has added the same charging via a wire that was 30W before it, and its iPhone 13 Pro Max can utilize the same 27W.

While competitors offer charging power of 100W, 80W, and even 120W, These specs aren’t impressive. Both manufacturers claim that their phones can be charged up to 50% in just 30-minutes.

The chargers from both manufacturers do not come in their packaging, but at the very minimum, Apple offers the cable.

Takeaway

Sony seems to have developed a new media enthusiast’s dream with the Sony Xperia 1 IV. It continues right where Sony Xperia 1 III initially left, but it comes with an improved camera, a more colorful 4K display, and a longer battery lifespan.

It’s still to be decided what updates will do to close the one-point gap in a score between the iPhone 13 Pro Max and their predecessors. iPhone 13 Pro Max. We were thoroughly amazed by the new iPhone by its incredible fire-and-forget camera and its incredible battery life and performance.

One thing seems sure about the following: Sony will always hold its place in the heart of certain kinds of people fascinated by high-quality photography, high-quality audio, and the proper playback of video. However, will it be able to blend its offerings with the iPhone and all of us now?

Sony Xperia 1 IV 512GB Factory Unlocked Smartphone

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About this item

  • 4K HDR native 120fps video recording[1] on all rear lenses[2]
  • True optical zoom 85-125mm/16mm/24mm lenses w/ 20fps HDR AF/AE
  • Real-time Eye AF & object tracking for photo/video (all rear lenses)
  • Brightest 6.5” 4K 120Hz HDR OLED 21:9 wide Display[3]
  • Build-in live streaming for videographers[4] and mobile gamers
 
 

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max (128GB, Graphite) [Locked] + Carrier Subscription

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  • 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion for a faster, more responsive feel
  • Cinematic mode adds shallow depth of field and shifts focus automatically in your videos
  • Pro camera system with new 12MP Telephoto, Wide, and Ultra Wide cameras; LiDAR Scanner; 6x optical zoom range; macro photography; Photographic Styles, ProRes video, Smart HDR 4, Night mode, Apple ProRAW, 4K Dolby Vision HDR recording
  • 12MP TrueDepth front camera with Night mode, 4K Dolby Vision HDR recording
  • A15 Bionic chip for lightning-fast performance
  • Up to 28 hours of video playback, the best battery life ever in an iPhone
  • Durable design with Ceramic Shield
Aizaz khan
Aizaz khanhttps://myelectricsparks.com/aizaz-khan/
Aizaz was the first person to get a byline on his blog on technology from his home in Bannu in 2017. Then, he went on to a career in breaking things professionally at my electric sparks which is where he eventually took over the kit as a hardware editor. Today, as the senior editor of hardware for my electric sparks, he spends time reporting about the most recent developments in the hardware industry and technology. If he's not reporting on hardware or electronics, you'll see him trying to be as remote from the world of technology as possible through camping in the wild.

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