After the Koobee F6 with MediaTek Helio G90T processor and the Koobee X6R mockup with 108MP camera, Coosea showed us the first real smartphone (ready) with 108 megapixel camera. We’re talking about the Koobee F3R flagship and its entry-level variant Koobee F3LT, successors of F3 and F3 Lite respectively. Below is the photo gallery and the video preview from Hong Kong.
The new Koobee F3R is the world’s first smartphone to take 108MP photos thanks to Arcsoft’s innovative technology. On the front side, it features a 6.3-inch Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels) waterdrop display with a drop-shaped notch for the 16MP selfie-camera and a 90.7% screen-to-body ratio. On the back, instead, there is a cover with 3D curvature, triple-camera, LED flash and fingerprint unlocking sensor. The frame is made of metal and integrates USB Type-C inputs and 3.5 mm jacks and speakers. The battery is a 4050 mAh unit and fast charging is supported, while 18W wireless charging is optional.
As mentioned above, the highlight of the terminal is its rear camera being made up of three sensors: Samsung G1 48MP, 8MP wide angle and 2MP depth. The first is capable of shooting at 108MP (12000 x 9,024 pixels), the highest definition so far on the market for the photographic sector of a smartphone. To achieve this, Koobee leveraged Arcsoft’s multi-framing technology, which combines multiple fragments to produce the highest quality photos. In addition, it is possible to apply a 34X zoom so as not to lose even the smallest detail. The company, however, is still trying to improve the quality and bring it to market by December.
As for the hardware, we find the octa-core processor MediaTek Helio P60 at 2.0GHz, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM expandable up to 256GB via microSD. Finally, facial recognition unlocking is supported and NFC, for contactless payments, is only optional. The device will be marketed in Dazzling Black, Rainbow Blue and Wedding White colors.