The last year’s Xperia Z5 Premium pushed the smartphone display industry to its limit, with the first ever 4k panel ever made for a smartphone.

 It was one hell of a bold move, but maybe one that was a bit ahead of its time – and certainly, we haven’t seen 4K return to any of this year’s Sony models. But while the world may not be quite ready for such face-melting resolutions on pocket-sized smartphones, that’s not to say that Sony’s done with bleeding-edge display tech for its mobile lineup. 

A new rumor claims that the manufacturer’s got something pretty special in mind for an upcoming Xperia X Premium.

Technically, what Sony is gonna do with it’s Xperia X Premium phone, is that it’ll fit a 5.5 inch 1080p display panel, its titular premium feature wouldn’t rely on sheer pixel count. Instead, the Whitemagic LCD panel will be capable of High Dynamic Range playback – a first for smartphones.

The HDR screen with 10-bit-per-color support will be capable of reproducing some 1.07 billion shades, making the display “more faithful“.

Another added feature might be USB type C on the Premium variant of Xperia X. 

The Snapdragon 820 SoC and 3GB of RAM will obviously be there, so we expect the same type of performance, though the GPU might be stressed because of the display.

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