Sony is said to be working on a successor to its Xpera Pro-I smartphone from last year. According to those rumors, there will be three large camera sensors in the phone, all with a resolution of 48 megapixels. The primary camera will have a variable aperture.
Mention the Chinese source The three camera sensors: they will be Sony IMX903, IMX803 and IMX557. Of these numbers, only the IMX557 is known as the camera in other recent Xperia phones, as it has a 12MP resolution. How this could suddenly become a 48MP sensor is unknown.
The rumors are in line with Sony’s sentiment about the phone’s camera settings. In modern phones, all three cameras have the same resolution, although the size of the sensors is different. The variable aperture isn’t new either. He’s already using it on his Xperia I IV telephoto camera, which has a variable zoom zoom camera. It appears that in the successor to the Pro-I, the primary camera has an aperture lens that can be opened and closed. The aperture switches between f/1.2 and f/4. There are no smartphones with f/1.2 aperture yet.
The primary camera, like the Pro-I, measures approximately 123 square millimeters with a 1″ optical format, and the ultra-wide-angle camera is 69 square millimeters, 1/1.3″. The telephoto camera is rumored to have a sensor of around 40 mm square, 1/1.7 inch.
The Pro-I team came out last year For 1799 euros, it is considered the most luxurious smartphone of the manufacturer, aimed at photo and video makers. For example, the phone can be used as an external monitor for cameras via the USB-C to HDMI adapter provided by Sony.
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