The iPhone X leaked photos are out.
A new iPhone X is on the way, and rumors about a dual camera sensor leak the iPhone X’s rear camera.
The iPhone X features a 12.3-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixels front-facing shooter.
The rear camera will have dual LED flash, but there’s no word on the front-camera.
It will likely sport a bigger pixel size and a new sensor.
The front-mounted camera is said to be a 12-megafloor camera, though it will likely be a faster sensor than the iPhone 8.
We’ve seen some leaked renders of the iPhone 10 with a dual front- and rear-facing cameras, but we’ve yet to see a real-world image.
It’s not surprising that Apple would have a dual-camera system, given the iPhone lineup’s dual-core design and large screen size.
The iPhone 9 also sported dual cameras, and it’s been rumored that Apple is working on a dual rear- and front-firing camera system for the upcoming iPhone X.