Display calibration and more for the Sony Xperia Z and Sony Xperia ZL?
Palm Pre at CES 2009? It seemed at that moment that the Apple iPhone finally had a challenger and webOS was an interesting platform that offered strong multitasking support and the ability to shut down applications with a flick of the finger. What could go wrong? But no one could have predicted that by the end of the year, it would be the Motorola DROID that would be taking sales away from the Apple iPhone. And instead of webOS, it was Android that was beginning its multi-year run to the top.
The Sony Xperia Z and its brother, the Sony Xperia ZL, are still enjoying the warm glow of the accolades thrown at both handsets by those waiting for the phones to launch in their region. While there are some differences between the two models, such as the water and dustproofing on the Sony Xperia Z, the smaller size of the Xperia ZL and the different placing of the front facing cameras to name a few, a leaked photograph shows what could be display calibration software on the Sony Xperia ZL.
Based on the leaked photograph, the software will allow users to control the white balance, color saturation and hue to make the display look exactly the way you want it to. And while the software was seen only on the Sony Xperia ZL, there is no reason not to expect it on both models.
Check out the screenshots below of both the Sony Xperia Z and Sony Xperia ZL including how sharp a racing game looks on the 5 inch screen.
source: SE-Cafe (translated), XperiaBlog, GSMArena