Light teased that they were bringing their multi-camera system to a number of partners last week and now those plans are coming into fruition with a new smartphone from Nokia. Nokia will be the first company to utilize a Light's five 12MP camera array that features Zeiss Optics and two color sensors and three monochromatic sensors. This is all works in tandem to increase sharpness and is able to take in ten times more light than a single color sensor.
The flagship smartphone will also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM, a 5.99" OLED 2K HD display with an in-screen fingerprint sensor, 128GB of storage, a 20MP front-facing camera, a 3320mAh battery, wireless charging, IP67 dust and water resistance, a USB-C connector for charging and audio, and it'll come with Android 9 Pie. Oh, and did you notice there's no camera bump?