Back during Mobile World Congress Sony officially unveiled their brand-new line of smartphones that would later be confirmed to be the replacement for the Xperia Z lineup. Known as the Xperia X series, Sony was shifting its focus for at least this year to the series of three new devices. After the event, Sony eventually opened up pre-registration capabilities for anyone who would be interested in pre-ordering a new Xperia X device, and today they have started notifying those consumers to alert them that they will have the opportunity to grab some upcoming promotional offers for the pre-order on Xperia X, Xperia Xa, and the Xperia Ear.
In addition to sending out emails for these promotional pre-order offers, Sony has also released a new video which they have posted up to their official Sony Xperia YouTube account which highlights the Xperia X camera. If you didn't have the chance to check out the camera at Mobile World Congress or haven't really read up on it, this advertisement is a good way to become familiar with what Sony will be offering in the camera department for this device. While this isn't likely to be the last advertisement focusing on camera quality, features, or capabilities, it does a good job at showing just what the phone can do.
The short ad-sport focuses particularly on the Xperia X's ability to snap a shot of a moving target thanks to its intelligent movement tracking, stating that it is capable of "predicting" the next move. If you often like to take photos of moving subjects, then it just might a smartphone worth considering. Not to mention Sony's cameras have generally been some of the best out there on smartphones. The Xperia X in particular comes equipped with a 23MP shooter with f2.0 aperture and according to Sony is capable of snapping off a shot in just 0.6 seconds for a super fast picture. This would help quite a lot in combination with Sony's smart capture technology that's built into the Xperia X. This of course doesn't do anything to reduce the level of hand shake that some users are undoubtedly going to have.