Xperia Stream launched: At its second launch event of the month, which just finished up a short while ago, Sony did not, sadly, introduce a new gaming smartphone. Instead, the Xperia Stream, which is an accessory for the Xperia 1 IV, has been released by the business. Gaming controllers such as the Razer Kishi v2 offer superior capability to the Xperia Stream, which is just capable of streaming, because to the lack of additional buttons and joysticks that come with these controllers. It is a port hub that has a fan built into it, and its purpose is to make it simpler to play games on the move with the Xperia 1 IV.
Xperia Stream launched: Design
The curved back and ergonomic design of the Sony Xperia Stream will be appreciated by users because it makes the device simple to handle for extended periods of time when streaming content. It has a variety of ports on the bottom, as well as a cooling fan on the rear, so that everything can remain at a comfortable temperature. These include a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, an ethernet port, and a full-sized HDMI port that is capable of outputting 1080p at 120 frames per second.
XperiaStream launched: Information
The Xperia Stream also works with the Game Booster on the Xperia 1 IV to tell you how your device is doing and speed up the cooling system if it gets too hot. The Game Booster also has a thermal boost option and manual fan speed controls, which all help the phone work well even when it’s being pushed to its limits.
The Xperia Stream was developed by Sony as a bespoke accessory for the Xperia 1 IV, and it can be attached to the device in a matter of seconds. The bad news is that you can’t use it on any other devices, which is a major limitation.
The Xperia Stream will be sold for 23,100, which is equivalent to roughly $160 in Sony’s home market. The new Xperia 1 IV Gaming Edition will cost JPY 175,000 ($), which is about $. It will include the Xperia 1 IV with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The company has not yet provided any information regarding the specifics of a possible global rollout.