Camera-maker Light to launch a smartphone with 9 massive lenses!

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Huawei is offering the most on the market with three rear sensors on the Huawei P20 Pro. but how about nine? Utilizing multiple lenses, this piece of equipment puts the power of capturing breath taking photographs back in the hands of an everyday camera user by pushing the boundaries of camera technology past anything we may have seen before. It remains to be seen how these nine or five lens systems will be implemented and whether the smartphone's camera will deliver on the result, given it will require the kind of processor which can support such high quality image processing. The company also claims the phone will be able to capture 64MP shots, give high-quality depth effects, and a better low-light performance than any regular smartphone with its dual or triple camera sensor.

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There are less camera units on the phone equivalent but plenty of other tech inside. Light is now developing the phone and it has also created a prototype with 5 to 9 lens with incredible zoom capabilities. As insane as it sounds, Light, the company behind the L16 camera with 16 lenses on one side (see the video at the bottom of this article), is said to be working on a handset.

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The company plans to unveil its first smartphone later this year, according to the Washington Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler. And true to the firm's reputation, the device will reportedly be equipped with more cameras than you can imagine.

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Just don't expect multicamera phones to be cheap. There's no word yet on how much it will cost, but Light's L16 camera goes for $1,950. Light's 9-camera phone prototype may also have a hefty price tag when it releases.

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