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The first leaked Sony Xperia 1 V image shows camera upgrades and downgrades

All has so far been quiet on the Sony Xperia 1 V front, despite the fact that it’s surely in the works. But the first leaks are now emerging, and they include an image seemingly showing the back of the phone.

This was shared by a poster on the Esato forums (opens in new tab) going by the name Speckles. It was then spotted by leaker ZackBuks (opens in new tab) on Weibo (via Android Authority (opens in new tab)), who notes that the main and ultra-wide cameras appear to have changed from the ones on the Sony Xperia 1 IV, but adds that they don’t know if this image is accurate or not – so take it with a pinch of salt.

Changes to these cameras – which look like they might have bigger lenses this year – are likely to be for the better, and those aren’t the only potentially positive changes. The camera block also contains all the sensors this time, rather than some sitting outside it, creating a neater look.

(Image credit: Speckles)

However, that’s been achieved by removing the RGB IR sensor and the ToF (time-of-flight) sensor found on the Sony Xperia 1 IV. The first of those is for accurate white balance adjustments and the second is for judging depth and distance.

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