A few years ago, it seemed like a given that the best smartphone cameras would be those with an OLED display and full-frame sensors.
Today, there are more and more phones that are offering something in between.
And it looks like one of the biggest smartphone camera brands out there, Sony, is getting in on the action with a new baby camera.
Sony is launching a new Sony Baby Camera in two new models.
The Xperia Baby, the first, is a full-size camera that offers all the features of the full-sized Xperia models, but is significantly smaller than the full Sony camera that came before it.
Sony has also added some extra bells and whistles to the Sony camera.
The camera offers a f/2.2 aperture, which is faster than the f/1.8 aperture found in many full-sensor cameras.
Sony also claims that the Sony Baby’s front-facing camera can capture more detailed photos than a full sensor phone camera.
It has a larger 16-megapixel sensor and a larger 3,400mAh battery, both of which are significantly larger than the 16 and 7-megapixels found in the Sony Xperia Z3 series.
Sony’s Baby camera is expected to launch sometime in the second half of this year.
The Sony Baby is priced at $399 for the 8-megaphone-sized device and $599 for the 16- megaphone phone, with an additional $100 for an invite code for a limited time.
The phone will ship in the US in February, but will be available globally in the third quarter of 2019.