Sony Xperia Pro is incoming with improved camera sensors and variable aperture. On Monday, Sony will host a gaming event where a new smartphone may or may not be unveiled. It has been speculated, however, that the Xperia Pro-I, a successor model emphasizing photography, will be introduced in November.
The rumour claims Sony would release the phone with three cameras with new and upgraded sensors and 48MP resolution. More so, one of them will be able to change its aperture between f/1.2 and f/4.0. The trio of cameras will shoot at a natural 12MP resolution because of the 48MP pixel binning.
Sony Xperia Pro is incoming with improved camera sensors and variable aperture
The source claims that the primary camera will feature a 1″ IMX903 sensor and that the ultrawide camera will have a 1/1.3″ IMX803 imager. The Xperia 1 II and Xperia 5 IV used a 1/1.7″ IMX557 sensor. Thus we should expect an updated version of this sensor in the telephoto camera.
However, in those two, it had a native 12MP resolution, and the successor is transitioning to a Quad-Bayer configuration. When the rumoured Xperia Pro-I Mark II finally makes its official debut, we may also anticipate the debut of a brand-new Internet service provider. Considering that 2016’s Pro-I arrived in late October, the report’s proposed schedule is not completely out of the question.