Leica, which makes the most cameras and imaging lenses in the world, just released the second version of its flagship Leitz Phone. The Leica Leitz Phone 2 has the most advanced and powerful camera sensor ever seen in a smartphone, thanks to its CMOS image sensor camera and professional-grade optics.
It has the most recent processors from the American company Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 version, which allows you to use the sensor in the best possible ways and take advantage of the sensor’s advantages and modes to get fantastic image quality that you have not seen in any smartphone before. The sensor is 1 inch in size and has 47.2 megapixels.
Using special pixels to adjust auto focus and allowing very fast photography that produces sharp images in any lighting mode (good or low), and saving images in RAW or JPEG format, Leica also adds its own touch to the camera software by adjusting the camera to simulate three of the popular M lenses: Summilu, Summicron, and Summilux.
The app also has filters that make photos taken with a Leica camera look better. These photographs look like they were shot with a professional camera, but they were actually taken on a smartphone.
The Leica Leitz Phone 2 features a 6.6-inch Pro IGZO OLEDIGZO OLED screen with WUXGA + resolution and a refresh rate of up to 240 Hz, as we mentioned later, along with the latest Qualcomm American processor, 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM, internal storage 512GB UFS 3.1 ultra-fast, microSDXC memory card support up to 1TB Elements, F/1.9 aperture, and a focal length of 19mm, where you can.
The Leitz Phone 2 is well-built and secure thanks to its 5000 mAh battery and (IPX5/IPX8/IP6X) rating for resistance to water and dust. It also has a fast-charging capability. There is currently no word on when the phone will be released in areas outside of Japan, while the Japanese version was launched on November 18 at a price of 225,360 Japanese yen, or roughly $1540 USD.