Published: Fri, July 06, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

This Upcoming Smartphone Will Come With Nine Lenses

This Upcoming Smartphone Will Come With Nine Lenses

It would make sense for each lens to have its own unique function, similar to how the triple lens on the Huawei P20 Pro works, and such lenses may include a monochrome lens, a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens.

Light's new phone promises to be, unlike its ancestor the L16, as thin as the iPhone itself, and promises to deliver images that would absolutely blow its competition out of the water. The design, the company claims, can capture 64-megapixel photos, take better low-light shots, and incorporate advanced depth effects.

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In 2015, we've seen Light, one of the technology companies with L16 cameras that integrates 16 built-in lenses for image recording.

Camera startup Light plans to introduce its first smartphone later this year, according to the Washington Post.

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According to an article in The Washington Post, Light has multiple prototypes in the pipeline it is testing for launch sometime this year.

More details on the Light phone are not now available. The Smartphone giants Apple and Samsung have already presented their version of dual-camera phones wherein the second lens enables to capture snaps having creatively blurry backgrounds.

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Light, the company behind the wild L16 camera, is building a smartphone equipped with multiple cameras. It is supposedly known that a holographic-ready screen is mounted on the phone and its camera could record in 2D, 3D and H4V. The prototype handsets had five to nine lenses built into the back. Integrated with a modular lens system, Hydrogen One will be available for $1,195. This camera is able to simultaneously capture images from all the lenses and software to combine them into a single image with a resolution of 52 Megapixels.

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