Smartphone cameras have evolved in the last few years, the OEMs are ready to do anything to deliver the best camera performance phone on their smartphones. From software optimization to custom sensor companies are adopting all the methods to improve the camera on their smartphone. In the last few years, we have witnessed smartphone brands joining hands with big shots in the camera industry.
OnePlus Join Hands With Leica
Following the same trend, OnePlus is also said to make a partnership with a big player in the camera industry. According to a reliable tipster Teme (@RODEnT950), OnePlus is joining hands with Leica, the camera manufacturing brand for the upcoming OnePlus 9 series. Teme on his official Twitter handle shared a list of smartphone manufacturers and their partnership with camera companies.
Who takes Hasselblad🤔
— Teme (特米)😷 (@RODENT950) December 17, 2020
The list includes the brands which are already legitimate but it also mentions a partnership with Leica, which is not known to anyone neither both the companies has made it official in any form. A Twitter user replied on the thread seeking why the company has partnered with Lecia and Teme replied “OP9 series” which is the OnePlus 9 series.
It seems to be big news and the tipster has revealed it very casually on Twitter. If this turned out to be true then we can expect that the upcoming OnePlus 9 series will arrive with significant improvement with the cameras. If OnePlus is working with Leica then it might be possible that we can witness camera sensors like the one equipped on Huawei Mate 40 Pro and Mi 10 Ultra, which had topped the DxOMark camera ranking.
Recently, OnePlus’s CEO, Pete Lau in an interview told Input Mag that the company is working on improving the camera performance of the next-gen flagship smartphones “with a bigger focus on software and hardware”. In the entire interview, he didn’t reveal anything about working with the German camera company, Leica. Let us know your thoughts about the OnePlus Leica partnership rumour.
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