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Leica’s Leitz Phone 2 is a beautiful Android phone that you probably won’t get a chance to own

Leica’s Leitz Phone 2 is a beautiful Android phone that you probably won’t get a chance to own

Leica has released a follow-up to its first Android smartphone by announcing the Leitz Phone 2.


Last year, Leica, known for its cameras and lenses, launched its first-ever smartphone with the Leitz. While it has great specs and an excellent camera, it turns out to be just that Renamed phone Previously released by Sharp. Now, the company appears to be relying on the same formula for its release this year, with the Leitz Phone 2 debuting.


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Although “rename” is a harsh term when it comes to smartphones, the Leitz Phone 2 has a lot to offer. The phone has a large 6.6-inch OLED display and an aluminum frame that features a ribbed edge that ensures you can keep it in your hand, even in the harshest conditions. In addition, it offers IP68 and IP5X certifications, which means that the phone will be protected from the elements.

On the back, you get a bright red Leica logo located below the large 1-inch 47.2MP CMOS image sensor camera that dominates the top half of the phone. Additionally, the phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which is paired with 12GB of RAM and offers 512GB of internal storage. If you need more storage, you can always use a microSD card, with support for up to 1TB.

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Leica is also adding its own twist to the software, modifying the camera to simulate three of the popular M lenses, the Summilux 28mm, Summilux 35mm, and Noctilux 50mm. Moreover, it also offers filters that give more “Leica” look to the photos taken with the phone.

If this all sounds good to you, I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, as the Leitz Phone 2 will only be made available in Japan from wireless carrier Softbank. But if you’re a local, you can always pick one up on November 18th, and for the rest of us, we’ll have to admire it from afar. If you want an idea of ​​what it looks like, you can always check it out Our review subordinate Sharp Aquos R7on which the Leitz Phone 2 is based.


source: SoftbankAnd the Ica



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