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The number of cameras is increasing, what the leaked images of the Sony Xperia Pro-I II phone have revealed

Sony has recently launched a new smartphone named Xperia 1 V with Exmor T stacked sensor in the global market. And now there are reports that the company might be preparing to launch the successor of its existing smartphone model Sony Xperia Pro-I right now. The upcoming handset may be launched with the name Xperia Pro-I II.

Tipster Sumahodigest has leaked renders of Sony Xperia Pro-I II smartphone online. In the newly released render image, the phone’s back panel is seen to house two large-sized cameras. In this regard, the tipster claims that the device may launch with two 1.0-inch type sensors. For the sake of comparison, the predecessor Sony Xperia Pro-I came with only a primary rear shooter.

It is also rumored that Sony is planning to launch a new smartphone in the near future with a “double-layer transistor stacked pixel sensor”. Its rear camera will be larger in size than the 1.0-inch type sensor. It should be noted that this same technology has been used in Sony Xperia 15 (Sony Xperia 1 V) smartphone, which is known as Exmor T (Exmor T) stacked sensor.

According to the company’s claims, this camera sensor is capable of delivering twice as good performance as its predecessor in low-light conditions.

In this case, it is still uncertain whether the mentioned technology will be used in the upcoming Sony Xperia Pro-I II smartphone. But hopefully, as the launch time comes closer, we will get more information about the camera and other features of the device.

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