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UMIDIGI F2 camera specs leaked: Quad Camera with more features than iPhone 11 Pro!

Yesterday, Apple announced its new iPhone lineup that now features a triple camera setup for the Pro models. During the announcement, Apple officials focused mainly on the new and interesting features that come with the triple camera setup of the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. But it seems that Chinese manufacturers like UMIDIGI prefer to take it to the next level by adopting quad-camera setups. The upcoming flagship, UMIDIGI F2, will feature such a camera setup with a dedicated macro lens according to the latest leak.

UMIDIGI F2 camera specs leaked: Quad Camera with more features than iPhone 11 Pro!

The information that surfaced refers to a fourth camera in addition to the traditional triple setup. The additional camera on the F2 has a 5MP macro lens and sits just below the LED flash and is able to take close-up shots from just 2 centimeters away. This is very useful especially for nature fans that can use it to shoot detailed photos of small insects or the pollen inside a flower for example. But tech fans can also use it to take close up photos of small ports and buttons on devices.

As the image leaked reveals, the main camera hosts a 48MP sensor of 1/2″ in size, f/1.79 aperture, and 1.6μm (4in1) pixel size. The top 5MP camera acts as a depth camera for better bokeh effect on portraits while the bottom unit is a 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera with 120 degrees FoV.

Previous information had revealed that the new flagship will ship with Android 10 out-of-the-box and a punch-hole selfie shooter of probably 32MP. It’s also safe to say that it will come with a big battery, a powerful SoC, and plenty of RAM for smooth multitasking. Currently, there are no launch date or price available and it’s rumored that the F2 will be launched at the end of September.

In the meantime, UMIDIGI’s new smart device UMIDIGI Uwake, the world’s first colorful Bluetooth 5.0 speaker with smart alarm clock, just kicked off its sale on Aliexpress at the limited offer of $19.99. You can learn more about it and place your order here.

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