In what is certainly the most enticing phone we've seen at CES thus far, Sony's Xperia Z1S is heading to the U.S. as a T-Mobile exclusive, and it looks like an absolute powerhouse (as does its little buddy, for those who like smaller phones). Where to begin?
It's an Android phone with a 5-inch screen that looks much like last year's Xperia Z, but with slightly more-rounded edges. That screen is a full 1080p, and it uses a new "Triluminos" display technology from Sony's Bravia TV group. It boasts a wider color gamut and better color gradients without unnecessary over saturation. It also has an "X-Reality for mobile picture engine," which recognizes when there are bits of data missing (from streaming video, say) and it will intelligently work to replace the missing pixels for a better picture.