Sony is all set to launch four or five smartphones during the Mobile World Congress 2017 and if a recent leak is to be considered, it seems that the devices come equipped with “world’s first memory embedded camera”.
As per a leaked presentation slide obtained by XperiaBlog, the latest smartphone might take the advantage of the Sony’s latest camera sensor and would come with a “Motion Eye” technology. The report further highlights that the new feature would probably automatically detects movement and click 4 photos in the second before one hit the shutter button. It will function some sort of predictive capture for the smartphone’s camera and Xperia XZs and Xperia XZ Premium are said to be the first to sport this features.
However, this is not the first time we would see such kind of a feature in a smartphone. Apple already has its Live Photos, which was introduced with the iPhone 6s series, that basically captures motion before and after you click the image. Samsung also has a similar feature known as Samsung’s Motion Photo, which works on the same line. However, it would be interesting to see whether Sony will be available to deliver something new through this feature or not.
Note: The cover image is of Xperia Z5 Dual