Sony, who introduced Xperia 5 IV's flagship smartphone in early September, reports that another mobile device, the Xperia Pro-I second-generation smartphone, is being announced for November, focusing on photo and video enthusiasts.
According to a publication published by a member of the social network Weibo, a new one from Sony will receive a triple camera with new improved sensors with a resolution of 48 Mp. In addition, one sensor will have a multi-stage variable diaphragm between f/1.2 and f/4.0.
According to the insider, the main module will be equipped with a 1-inch IMX903 sensor, and the ultra-broadgonal module will receive a 1-1.3-inch image sensor IMX803. In turn, the television lens will be supplemented by a new version 1-1.7-inch 12-Mp of the IMX557, which is available to models Xperia 1 II and Xperia 5 IV. Unlike the predecessor, it is reported that the new sensor with phase autophos has a Quad-Bayer structure.
Sony equipped a camera with the world's first television lens with a variable focus distance smartphone Xperia 1 III, the diaphragm of which is "two-stage". Xperia 1 IV also includes a television lens with a "two-stage" variable diaphragm f/2.3 - 2.8.
The Xperia Pro-I smartphone was introduced at the end of October last year, so the timing of his new version seems quite plausible.