Smartisan, the Chinese smartphone maker, is apparently working on a new smartphone, which will feature a large 108 megapixel primary sensor. A company official even shared sample shots from this smartphone on Weibo, a Chinese microblogging website.
Previously, Zhu Haizhou, Product Manager of Smartisan, took to the Chinese social media platform to confirm the existence of a smartphone with a white rear panel. Now, the senior official shared another post online, this time showcasing the photographic prowess of the upcoming handset. It is also likely that the smartphone with the white rear panel and the device which features the 108 megapixels are the one and the same. Although, this is still speculation so take it with a pinch of salt.
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Looking at the images shared, we can observe that the color reproduction of the images taken is quite natural with plenty of details being retained in close up shots. Furthermore, the senior official also noted that the blur wasn’t artificially induced through software, rather, it is a true blur that is made possible with a large aperture of the sensor. The resolution images of the sample shots are 5792 x 4344px, which translates to about 25 megapixels.
In other words, the camera is utilizing some form of quad binning with a separate 100 megapixels shooting mode that will allow users to completely utilize their device’s sensor. Unfortunately, finer details regarding the upcoming smartphone or even its name and specifications are currently unknown. However, with the recent teasers and sample shots being revealed, an announcement from the company shouldn’t be too far off, so stay tuned for more updates that are expected to arrive by October.
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