panasonic introduces android smartphone with 1-inch sensor and leica lens
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for their 175th photography anniversary, panasonic premiered the lumix CM1 smart camera at an event during photokina. presented as an all-in-one smartphone, it combines leica optics with the world’s largest image sensor ever in a phone, a mechanical shutter, and a manual control ring. the device has the capabilities to handle 4k video recordings and captures photos in raw format thanks to its 2.3 ghz quad-core processor. images are viewed through a 4.7-inch full HD display and is also powered by an android operating system. at a resolution of 20 megapixels and an integrated wide-angle 28mm leica elmarit DC lens with aperture of f / 2.8, it ensures quick response times for photo shoots and is optimized to meet the needs of any professional photographer or amateur shooter.



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the device come with 2GB of RAM and 16gb of built-in, with a microSD card slot allowing up to 128gb of extra storage 


the device weighs 204 grams and measures 21mm in thickness

its 1-inch-high sensitivity sensor enables users to capture immaculate images in low light conditions