Camera startup Light plans to introduce its first smartphone later this year, according to the Washington Post.
The Post reports that the phone will have between five and nine rear camera lenses, not unlike Light’s L16 camera, which has 16 camera lenses.
There’s no word yet on how much the phone will cost, but the L16 camera retails for $1,950.
Light, a startup known for its 16-lens camera, is bringing its futuristic technology to a new smartphone.
The company plans to unveil its first smartphone later this year, according to the Washington Post’s Geoffrey A. Fowler.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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