Sony Triluminos Technology

Introducing a new mobile device to the world, each manufacturing company tries to focus on something special in this device, on what can greatly interest users and encourage them to purchase a new product. At the same time, manufacturers very clearly realize that not all ordinary people are so well versed in the technical characteristics of devices, and therefore it does not make sense to discuss the advantages of processors, chips and memory types for a long time. It’s much easier to pay attention to technologies for doing simpler things, for example, photographing, shooting a video or listening to music.

The thing is that during the presentation of the smartphone (if you can call it that) Sony Xperia Z Ultra with a screen diagonal of 6.44 inches, company representatives drew attention to the X-Reality Engine and Triluminos technologies.

What are these technologies in reality?

Sony Triluminos Technology

The X-Reality Engine technology is shown in action in the video below, it was created specifically for video shooting. Sony representatives themselves explain the technology as follows: the signal from the camera is processed by special algorithms, and the video obtained after that looks clear, beautiful and “clean”. To create a video comparable in quality to a professional, high-resolution video on very tiny camcorders of smartphones will never succeed. But the technology was developed precisely in order to improve the received data and make them more attractive.

As for the Triluminos technology, it was previously used exclusively when creating Japanese TV models and in those days was a very expensive pleasure for production, and therefore it was possible to find it only with expensive equipment. These include Bravia TVs and Cyber-Shot cameras. Now they are trying to apply it everywhere in mobile devices.

The general meaning is very simple: white LEDs are replaced with blue ones, and as a result, displays can expand their color range. And if RGB LEDs were previously used, now Sony is already using quantum dot technology.

Let's take a closer look at where it is hiding in the device itself.

The screen of the smartphone is additionally equipped with a white LED-backlight, and Quantum Dot Enhancement Film – QDEF is placed between it and the screen. Thus, the LED backlight changes to RGB-LED backlight, and displays are able to reflect 50% more color shades than conventional screens. And the colors themselves become very bright, saturated, and the images seem to be “alive”. Especially noticeable is the work of technology on red, blue and green shades. Very realistic look images in which there are human faces. Triluminos technology very clearly and “juicy” conveys all the shades, spots, subtleties and nuances.

This is the same as comparing ordinary screens with a set of 6 colored felt-tip pens, and screens with Triluminos technology – with such a set in which an incredible number of felt-tip pens with shades of that color fall on one color.

Considering that standard RGB-illumination is expensive in production (as described above), the creation of Triluminos technology came out much cheaper, as well as its current application in production.

But if we talk only about the saturation of colors, then in general it will not say anything significant about the technology. The thing is that the viewing angles of the screen and its contrast are increased additionally.

Due to the fact that the models of the Xperia Z series smartphones did not meet the expectations of the creators due to problems with screens, Sony is increasingly paying attention to the fact that future models of this series will have displays that support the Triluminos technology. According to some sources, new devices may appear even this year.

But Sony also decided to apply color saturation technology in the new 2013 Cyber-Shot cameras. This was primarily influenced by the size of the color gamut, which is larger than the standard Rec.709 used in broadcasting. In addition to Cyber-Shot cameras, the technology will find application in handycam and Alpha A58 DSLR cameras. At the same time, Triluminos color will improve not only photographs, but also video recordings.

As for the Sony Blu-ray players and Bravia W9 and X9 televisions already released this year, as well as home theaters, they already support color gamut expansion technology. But the company does not stop there and plans already this year to equip new VAIO laptop models and projectors with the same technology.

And, of course, the latest PlayStation 4 console will not go unnoticed. It will also use Triluminos technology.

Returning to the Xperia series of smartphones, Sony promises to create a real "monster" with a 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 20 megapixel Cyber-Shot camera. In turn, the display with a diagonal of 5 inches will support Triluminos color technology. There is also an opinion that the announcement of the device will take place only at the end of this year.

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