New Sony Xperia Pro on the way with revamped camera sensor, variable aperture

New Sony Xperia Pro on the way with revamped camera sensor, variable aperture

On Monday, Sony is hosting a gaming event, and we could or might not see a brand-new smartphone there. However, reports indicate that a further launch, the second-generation, photography-focused Xperia Pro-I, will take place in November.

The three cameras on the phone will all have new and upgraded sensors, and all three will have a resolution of 48MP, the rumor claims. Plus, one of them will feature a variable aperture that ranges from f/1.2 to f/4.0.

The three cameras will naturally shoot at 12MP resolution because they have 48MP resolution with pixel binning. The source claims that the ultrawide shooter will use a 1/1.3″ IMX803 imager while the primary camera will have a 1″ IMX903 sensor.

A new iteration of the 1/1.7″ IMX557, which we previously saw in the Xperia 1 II and Xperia 5 IV, will serve as the telephoto sensor. However, the successor is switching to a Quad-Bayer system while the previous two featured native 12MP resolution.

When the rumored Xperia Pro-I Mark II becomes public, we should also anticipate the arrival of a new Internet service provider. The timeframe provided by the report is realistic given that the Pro-I arrived in late October of the previous year.

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