Leica, a veteran camera maker that previously partnered with Huawei to build an imaging system, recently launched its first smartphone, Leitz Phone 1.
Leitz Phone 1’s back looks very similar to Huawei’s Mate 40 series at first glance, but it is actually based on the previous Sharp Aquos R6 model. Apart from the back appearance, other configuration, screen and other aspects remain the same.
Since it is a camera manufacturer, Leitz Phone 1’s imaging system is naturally the most dazzling highlight of this Phone.
Leica and Sharp have been working on the imaging system since March 2020. The device features a 7P lens with an F1.9 aperture and a 1-inch extra-large base lens, which can take 20.2 megapixel photos. The camera also has a TOF lens to assist focus.
It is worth noting that the LEITZ Phone sat in the back of the camera module is equipped with a very prominent leica logo, according to the logo is directly embedded in the glass, at the same time, the frame is adopted in the back of the phone and the same surface treatment with a leica camera, the whole appearance design studio from Munich, Germany.
Leitz Phone 1 is equipped with a Sharp Pro IGZO OLED screen with 2730×1260 resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, 1.07 billion color display, 2000 Nit brightness, 2000W: 1 contrast, can provide excellent display effect.
LEITZ Phone 1 is powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 processor and comes with a standard 12GB / 128GB storage combination, scalable memory card and a 5,000mAh battery.