I WISH I could buy this… – Leica Leitz Phone 1

– [Linus] That's really natural bokeh. – It's so cool today, We're looking at something
that you, unfortunately, probably can't buy because
it's exclusive to Japan, but I wanted to check
this phone out anyway, because on a hardware
level, it's really cool. And it's Leicas first smartphone, the Leitz I think, Leitz phone 1. Let's see what's in the box. (phone wrapper crackling) Oh, it goes from a white
box to a black box, a little red Leica logo. Okay. Here's the phone. We'll look at that in a second SIM removal tool and oh, we have a case and what looks to be a
type C to type A adapter. And then there's this rubber case. Oh, and it has a little Leica logo.

So even when you put a case on this phone, you never lose your Leica logo. That's important guys. – [Andy] Or you can tape it like a lot of Leica users – Oh yeah Just a lot of Leica users tape their logos because you don't want
people walking on the street, knowing that you have a
Leica, which is like $10,000, just strapped to you. So the price of this phone
is roughly $1,700 USD.

It's not exact because it's actually a
Japanese yen conversion. It's actually a rebadged version of the Shark Aquos R6, which is also only available in Japan and a couple other choice markets. But the cool feature of
both of those phones is that this phone and the Shark have a one inch sensor on the camera body, just like the Sony Xperia Pro-I, that I checked out recently. Now, unfortunately for the Pro I something that we actually weren't able to mention in the video at the time that we made it was the one inch sensor in that phone, doesn't actually use the entire sensor. I'm not 100% sure if
this phone uses an entire one inch sensor, but I think it does. Okay. So let's take a
physical tour of the phone on the right. We have a volume
rocker,an assistant button and then power and lock.

And then you actually notice on the phone it's, knurled on both sides for grip, which is a nice touch on the bottom,we have a
headphone jack, type C, a speaker and mic. on the top, we've got a, is it dual SIM? Let's see. Nope, but it has a single
SIM and a micro SD expansion, which apparently is up to one terabyte, which is pretty solid. I really like how it feels on the hand. We've got a gorilla glass matte
black silicone feeling back if you've ever used or held a Leica. This feels like it is very inspired by the design of their cameras because you have that
cylindrical smoothness to the entire phone. And then it's a black and
silver finish with the obviously lovely, Leica red badge. And then we have a lens cap guys, a lens cap on a smartphone camera. It sticks on magnetically. You see that – [Andy] Magsafe – it's kind of silly
like that they have this.

I mean, I get it. Cause the camera bump is like almost as thick as the phone guys. Like, look at that, the case, Eddie, do you see this? Aesthetically, even though it's a thicker phone and it's kind of on the bigger side, I really like it so far. Now this phone is $1,700 US.
And what do you get for that? Well, it has a Snapdragon 888, obviously the one inch sensor that we're going to test in a second, a 6.6 inch IGZO OLED one to 240 Hertz variable
refresh rate display, but it feels like pretty good
for variable refresh rate. This one kind of has a weird resolution. It's 2730 by 1260 with a
2000 nit peak brightness, 12 gigs of Ram and a
5,000 milliampere battery. So you can start to see
with all those things that kind of adds up to a lot.

And that's probably why
they're charging 1700 USD. But the biggest selling feature of course is this one inch sensor. All right, let's open the camera up. Now like I said, that it's a pretty simple app
that lets you just completely focus on taking photos. Honestly, it looks like a pretty
standard smartphone camera. So we've got yeah, three
part 220 megapixels. We're using the full thing. No in-body image stabilization. So it's all electronic
image stabilization, for the photo and video. When you go from 1.0 to
2.0 it zooms in digitally. But when you go from 0.7 to 1.0, it just shows you grid lines.
I think of what it's taking.

Let me see that photo. Let's see. Yeah. Okay. Interesting. The 0.7 is the full sensor
and the 0.1 is just taking a crop of that full sensor image. So the camera in the Leica, if I haven't gone over it already, is the Summicron 1.9,19mm ASPH. Which is stands for aspherical. The quick explanation of that is that the lens is sharper than a non aspherical version of this design. Take a photo here. And I actually have an
IPhone and a Pixel 6 Pro Leica has a very interesting mode that they've added to the
camera app called lights looks and it's a black and white version that they've kind of color toned.

It looks good like right off the bat. It has that feeling that you'd get taking a black and white image
on like a monochrome camera. It has like the depth. Guys, I know it all feels
vague in description, but Leica is a feeling brand. They want to emit a feeling
in the use of their cameras, in the looks of their images. And the vibe of that is what they're trying to
translate to this phone. Now also I realize in the camera app, there is an m.photo mode. And if you go to the
settings for this mode, that is where you see the format where you can save JPEG and raw and it has a little balancing.

So, you know, if you're
kind of off-kilter. So I just realized that on top of Leicas
version of the camera app, there's also the lights camera. And that's just a really simple
camera app that gives you a focus point, middle grid
frame, auto-focus gallery button, and then a shutter that's it. So I think this is what
they meant by an experience that is completely uninterrupted
by any of the stuff that you could do with your camera. And it's just to focus on taking photos. Why don't we have a look
at how the speaker sound and how the display looks. {phone music playing} Even though there's stereo
one of those front facing it's not good. Okay. Let's take a look at the display. So just look at the HDR
quality of this display. – [Jono] It looks pretty good – [Andy] That's pretty good – Yeah This line less thing is pretty awesome. And even though the audio isn't good, the main focus of this
phone is in the camera.

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good color for photos.

Whoa careful Andy 1, 2, 3. Okay. And this is just a quick
video test to give you an idea of what this looks like. It's also taking AI photos. Oh yeah. There's some
shallow depth of field there. – That's actually not bad. – Yeah. I'm actually like, as I get closer to you
closer to your camera, the bokeh gets better. All right, let's go
back inside. Okay? Cool So I'm just taking a look
at the video that we took really quickly. Video is not really the
focus of this phone. I don't expect it to be very good. Here's Johno. It looks okay. And the bokeh is pretty
natural looking for a phone. It looks decently shallow auto focus is struggling a little bit. Where this phone shines is definitely, the stills that you can get off of it. So on the left, we have the iPhone, which looks very much like
iPhone image, super bright.

HDRy almost feeling and on the left, this is the Leica image.
Honestly looks pretty good to me. Now. It's hard to say if the blur is that much
significantly better because these aren't quite
at the exact same angle, but even on his bike here, you can see how much sharper
that is on the IPhone and how much lessened focus on the Leica and the Leica it has kind
of like a natural contrasty, but like the look that
you get out of a camera and not a smartphone, let's look at the Pixel as well, Pixel's really contrasty in a way that I actually don't love in this photo. It's clear that with the
computational photography background stuff, the IPhone and the Pixel
are sharpened on capture, whereas the Leica is not okay. Let's take a look at that
photo that we took outside. Pixels is quite a bit warmer.
It's more contrasty as well.

I mean, they look like
flagship smartphone photos, and then the Leica. So yeah, The Leica is quite a bit wider
than the pixel and the iPhone from the same spot. So on this tree image
from a detail perspective, I'm sure a lot of people, if polled would like the pixel photo, and the iPhone photo more. But when I look at it from like
a photography point of view, which of these images I would
prefer to edit and actually kind of try to manipulate
and do something with, I think I go with the Leica because yes, it's not as sharp out of the box, but you could probably get it if you like that punchier look, but you also have a
shallower depth of field.

Like you can see on the
closeup of the leaf here, how much more out of focus the back leaf, that's a decent amount, more shallow. It actually is quite
noticeable in this image. I'm impressed. All right, let's take a
look at our last photo man. The iPhone image is like very bright, shadows are brought up as expected. The Leica photo is darker, contrastier , but what I was seeing and then the pixel image, man the pixel this time around really goes for the post-processing because you see every little
detail in the shadows here, again, compared to the Leica.

It's a lot brighter a photo, but the Leica is what I
was seeing with my eyes. So between the three of these cameras, the Leica is the most real. Some of you out there might prefer the iPhone and the pixel image. And it is very convenient, but for me, someone who enjoys editing photos, and who would potentially
edit a photo off my phone, if I thought it was good enough, I think I'm gonna go with the Leica. In the photo examples that I have here.

It's really quite an
enjoyable camera to use. Now I want to test one more thing. I actually don't know that even if you went
through all the effort, to order this phone from Japan, can you use your SIM and just
pop it in with no issues? Right? Let me just see
if I can call you Andy. – [Andy] Brandon's calling. – Okay So that part works. How come
I doubted it not working? Not sure why. It's not in the scope of this video for me to troubleshoot that.

– [Linus] Oh is that the
phone with a crazy camera? – Yeah, Depth field is clearly more shallow. And the photos I think are, in my opinion, better than
the IPhone and the Pixel from a like photographers
perspective, you can edit this. The colors are very true to life. – That's really natural bokeh. – It's so cool. – Okay, cool. See you later. – Bye. So if you put the effort
in to buying this phone, just make sure you know, that
it'll work in your region. And I hope if they ever make
a phone like this again, if like it keeps going that
they release this worldwide, because now I want one,
even though it's expensive, I hope you guys enjoyed this video. As much as I enjoyed making
it. This one is really cool. And I hope it's just a sign
of the future of smartphones and the cameras that can be put into them because I have no confirmation of this. If this phone uses the entire
one inch sensor on the phone, unlike the Sony, this might be one of the best
smartphone cameras ever made and not for everybody to
be very clear, but for me, absolutely.

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