Photos show Panasonic CM10-camera with large sensor

Jan

19

2016

Panasonic seems to release a successor to its CM1 camera phone. There are photos leaked on the CM10, which in appearance is similar to the existing model with large 1 “sensor. The official announcement would follow on Tuesday, January 19th.

Digi Came info has pictures of the Panasonic CM10 published. The housing of the new model looks similar to the CM1, which in 2014 Panasonic introduced. Also, the Leica-lens is equal to that of the existing model, suggesting that in any event, the manufacturer uses the same sensor format. The Japanese website show arranged just before the official introduction of cameras all product photos.

Probably the CM10 relative to the CM1 new hardware on board. The current model has a Snapdragon 801-soc, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. According to the rumor site runs the new device on Android 5.0 and comes on February 25 on the market in Japan. It is not yet clear whether Panasonic smartphone will also launch in other parts of the world; CM1 predecessor never officially came out in the Benelux.

The Panasonic CM1 is a smartphone with a 1 “sensor with 20 megapixel resolution. This sensor size is approximately four times larger than the 1 / 2.3” -sensorformaat, currently used in many high-end smartphones. A larger sensor is able to absorb more light, resulting in better image quality and particularly better performance in low light. What picture quality as the Panasonic CM1 is therefore seen as the best camera phone.

Panasonic announced the CM1 in September 2014 at Photokina photo exhibition. In 2015 the unit came on the market, but officially the CM1 was not released in the Benelux. However, the phone appeared in Germany in the stores and some online shops offer the CM1 here. The retail price of the handset is 899 euros. What’s new CM10 will cost is not yet known.

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