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Sony's upcoming hexa-cam smartphone may include these camera specs

19 June 2019 0


Sony is said to be working on a smartphone with a total of eight cameras – 6 on the back and 2 on the front. And, while this leak was sounding a bit vague at first, a follow-up leak mentioning the configuration of each of the camera lens does add some value to it.

The tipster Max J. on Twitter has shared a few conceptual images of this Sony device in question and one of these images are labeled with the expected camera specification of all eight camera lens.

Going by what we have in front of us, there’s going to be a massive 48MP snapper with a variable aperture of f1.2/2.4 and a 12MP is joining it which tool will have the same aperture set. There’s a 0.5MP ToF sensor as well accompanied by 16MP with f/2.4 aperture.


The other two in the remaining set includes a 20MP lens with f/2.4 aperture and an 8MP with f/2.4 aperture. On the front, the device includes a 0.3MP ToF camera lens and a 10MP camera whose aperture value isn’t mentioned. The name of the 48MP sensor isn’t mentioned but it seems obvious that Sony would use its very famous IMX586 sensor, rather than the IMX582 which comes in the Redmi K20. Several manufacturers have been using this sensor already in their phones. It will be interesting to see Sony’s take on the quality of the camera.

The leak doesn’t mention anything else with these camera specifications. But we are eager to know more about this multiple cameras phone. Consider these specs and even the phone as a rumor until something more substantial comes in.


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