Sony's Burst Mode for the Xperia Z, which it says allows users to take an unlimited number of images at 10 frames per second with a 9-megapixel resolution, is able to take 999 pictures in 68 seconds.
The smartphone itself sports a 5-inch full HD screen that produces a pixel density of 441 PPI, accompanied by a 13.1-megapixel Exmor RS camera situated on the device's rear.
Sony's Xperia Z also features a microSD card slot and an HDMI port, with the device powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, as well as 2 GB of RAM. It'll launch with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, with an upgraded version of Google's platform due soon after.
The handset, which will form a lineup alongside the Xperia Tablet Z, is due for a worldwide launch during 2013's Q1. For more on the smartphone, visit our CES hands-on impressions.
I can do 60.
Marketing kills me sometimes. Actually, most of the time.
10 fps * 68 sec = 680 pictures, not 999...
so if we are taking pictures at a lower resolution to achieve 14.69 fps then what resolution is it?