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Sony Xperia 1 in 3D already

The 6.5” OLED 4K HDR CinemaWide display allows you to create realistic cinematic images and Creator Mode provides high-quality color reproduction when watching movies. The Xperia 1 also features a Triple Camera (wide angle, telephoto, and ultra-wide angle) and RAW noise suppression for clearer images.

Experience the Sony Xperia 1 from any angle in this REVIEW3 3D-review: Sony Xperia 1

3D-review of Nokia 9 released

The long-awaited smartphone has 5 Zeiss Optics cameras (12MP), which capture ten times more light than a single sensor. What’s more, the artificial intelligence system distinguishes 1200 levels of depth, allowing you to finely adjust the focus on the finished photo. The performance of the Nokia 9 PureView is courtesy of a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. You can view the Nokia 9 from all sides in this 3D-review: Nokia 9

Samsung Galaxy S10 3D-Review Released

Just yesterday, at MWC 2019, Samsung presented the latest models in its flagship Galaxy range: the S10, S10e and S10 Plus (S10+), which differ both in screen size (from 5.8 to 6.4 inches) and in hardware. The S10+ looks especially premium with a ceramic panel that turns into a metal frame. There’s a powerful Snapdragon 855 processor inside and an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint scanner. And today, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is all ready for you to view from any angle in our 3D-review: Samsung Galaxy S10

3D-Review of Huawei Honor View 20 Released

Honor View 20 features a 6.4-inch matrix with Full HD Plus resolution. In the top left corner of the screen, a 4.5 mm diameter hole houses the f/1.8 lens of a 3D camera that works in tandem with the IMX586 48-MP sensor for gesture recognition. The device allows you to transfer your own gestures to game characters. And speaking of 3D, you can look at the Huawei Honor View 20 right now from any angle in this 3D-review: Huawei Honor View 20

3D-Review of Sony PlayStation Classic

The model is a copy of Sony’s classic 1994 PlayStation. The differences lie in the unusually light weight of the device (170 grams) and the smaller console. The memory has a mere 20 games embedded, but of course, connecting a flash will significantly expand the gaming set. Two gamepads are also included. Check out the Sony PlayStation Classic from any angle in this 3D-review: Sony PlayStation Classic