Soon enough, Sony Xperia Pro-I II is expected to release as a successor to the Xperia Pro I handset, which was launched in October 2021. There are certain rumors and speculations pointing to this release- backed up by some leaked posts as well. In this article, I will share all the currently available specifications and features of the smartphone.
Where is the speculation coming from?
All the buzz began from the sketch shared on Weibo by username Jason2025, which revealed a rear camera module with two large cameras, specifying the possibility of two 1.0″ type sensors. If this has some truth, it is probably a huge upgrade from its predecessor i.e., the Sony Xperia Pro I, which had only one of these as the main camera.
However, the reliability of the leaked sketch is doubtful, as the account that shared it has a small number of followers (probably around 2,700) and lacks the reputation for leaking tech-related rumors.
In addition to the sketch, a YouTube channel called Multi-Tech Media has shared a 3D image of the expected Sony Xperia Pro-I II. The image reveals that the smartphone has two primary rear camera sensors with Tessar lenses from Zeiss, both measuring 1-inch and placed in the center. This provides further insight into the potential camera setup of the smartphone.
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What else can we expect?
The Sony Xperia Pro-I features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, a 4,500mAh battery with 30W fast charging, and a triple rear camera setup with 12-megapixel sensors. It has an 8-megapixel front camera and has a price of around $1,799.99. So, probably the specifications of the Sony Xperia Pro-I II will be somewhat related to this specification of its predecessor.
Also, there are rumors about a future Sony smartphone potentially featuring a “double-layer transistor stacked pixel sensor,” which is larger than the 1.0″ sensor. However, it is uncertain if this sensor will be available to the Xperia Pro-I II.
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