This cellular will go on sale in Japan in July solely at Softbank.
The German optics firm Leica has offered its first smartphone, Leitz Cellphone 1, after collaborating with manufacturers resembling Huawei or Sharp to develop the cellular digicam for his or her respective gadgets.
Leitz Cellphone 1 is provided with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor, and affords 256GB storage and 12GB of RAM. It additionally integrates a 5,000mAh massive capability battery. The 6.6-inch display employs an IGZO Professional OLED panel, which affords a decision of two,730 x 1,260 pixels and a variable refresh price of as much as 240Hz.
Leica has endowed its first smartphone of a single lens principal digicam, housing a 20 megapixel sensor with the dimensions of 1 inch (2.54cm) in a round design module, which is protected with a magnetic cap. It features a ‘Leica Mode’, to take footage in black and white, and on the entrance it incorporates a 12.6 megapixel digicam.
Altogether, these are related options to these seen in Sharp’s Aquos R6 mannequin, exactly one of many gadgets wherein Leica has collaborated. As defined in Engadget Japan, it isn’t a coincidence, since Sharp has been in command of the manufacture of the cellular, though Leica has supervised all of the design and growth.
The design of the Leitz Cellphone 1 follows the road of the Leica cameras, with a steel physique and a glass again with a matte end and the corporate emblem engraved to the proper of the principle digicam.
This cellular will go on sale in Japan in July solely at Softbank, and is priced at 187,920 yen ($ 1,669). (I)