Sony plans to expand its footprint in the mobile industry in 2020. The company is developing four new high-end smartphones, including the Sony Xperia 0. The Japanese manufacturer's flagships are likely to work with the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. In this way, in addition to optimal speed and graphical performance, they will guarantee support for 5G technology. The Sony Xperia 0 besides the expected 21: 9 display will offer another impressive feature: six cameras in the back.
This can turn the smartphone into the first model with as many sensors as high-end devices offer four or in some cases five main cameras. Designed for mobile photography enthusiasts, the Sony Xperia 0 will use a Sony IMX 586 lens with 48MP resolution and a variable f1.2 / 2.4 aperture, supported by another 12MP camera. The third camera on the back of the smartphone is a 20MP sensor with f / 2.4 aperture, GizmoChina reports.
The other three cameras are a combination of 16MP f / 2.4, 8MP f / 2.4 and 0.5MP ToF sensors. Although not officially confirmed, the Sony Xperia 0 is expected to combine “Telephoto”, “Wide-Angle”, “Super Wide-Angle”, “Black and” White lenses. Additional software optimizations will help the camera work. they can also take advantage of the large QHD + display and 90Hz refresh rate.