by Bams Sadewo, 8 months ago
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The Android star of the beginning of the year, the Xperia Z, and its Xperia ZL brother will hit stores in the coming months, and while we though we knew everything there was to know about them it looks like we may have missed at least one particular feature.
Both phones are reportedly going to arrive with display calibration software on board, which means that their owners will be able to independently customize the look of their screens.
According to details provided by SECafe, white balance, color saturation and hue can be manually set on the new Xperia ZL, but considering that the Xperia ZL is essentially a slightly downgraded Xperia Z, it’s only logical to see the same display calibration options on the top 2013 Xperia handset as well.
We’ll have to wait and see whether the feature will indeed be available on the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL, because we could also be looking at a prototype in the image above, running custom software.
Is display calibration important to you? Would you want to have such features on more Android devices?