In ten days, Sony will reveal the Xperia 1 Mk V to the public. The device was hinted at over two months ago with a design that was comparable to that of its predecessors; however, we now have confirmation of how it will appear. The new flagship was spotted on a billboard in Hong Kong, where it revealed the vertical alignment of all three cameras on the back, along with a more prominent circular island and larger lenses.

It was revealed that the upcoming Xperia 1’s tagline will be “one for all lights” and that it will include “the next-gen double low-noise camera sensor” when a photo of the billboard was posted on Reddit.

Sony Xperia 1 V Design Revealed

According to earlier sources, Sony would utilize an IMX989 sensor for the main camera. However, the company may employ an IMX858 sensor for the main shooter because this is the only platform that supports the new low-noise mode LN2 in tandem with MCSS (Multi-Camera Synchronization System).

The operation of LN2 is an example of how a novel architecture for the CMOS sensor technology can be put into practice. Rather than placing photodiodes and pixel transistors on the same substrate and plane, they are now stacked one on top of the other. This results in an increased dynamic range, the ability to let in more light, and a reduction in noise without hurting the phone’s overall performance.

Because Sony is not in the habit of revealing specifications early like other manufacturers, it is likely that we will have to wait until the official launch of the Xperia 1 V on May 11 to find out more information about the device.

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