Now, smartphone to have 9 cameras?

Now, smartphone to have 9 cameras?

Now, smartphone to have 9 cameras?

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. Besides having an investor like Foxconn, Light also is familiar with Android since the open source OS drives the L16 camera. The company is pushing full speed ahead, though, and will reportedly be unveiling a first-of-its-kind smartphone that has as many as 9 cameras on the back. Well, you're about to get a case of phone-camera-envy anyway. According to the report, the company wants to announce this smartphone with multiple lens system later this year.

Light's debut product was the L16 - a camera that takes photos using 16 lenses with a variety of focal lengths and uses data from the 16 different photos to create one superphoto at 52MP.

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How many cameras is too many cameras? The camera then uses algorithms to combine them into one high-resolution image. The objective of the second lens for these smartphones is to help with zooming and to measure the depth of field, giving users the ability to create blurred backgrounds during the shot. This phone has seven fewer lenses, but also requires a processor, screen, and other phone-specific features.

As flagship phones like the Galaxy S10 and 2019 iPhone are rumored to adopt three rear cameras, who's to say that four (or nine) camera setups aren't on the way? The Light L16 costs $1,950 for 16 cameras and no smartphone capabilities. This pocketable camera comes with quite a hefty price.

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Light didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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