It has been several years since Light introduced a camera with a whopping 16 lenses to capture DSLR-quality images. The L16 went into production more than a year ago, but now there are rumors that Light is working to implement its technology with multiple lenses into a smartphone. The L16 camera works using multiple lenses to capture images, each with different focal lengths, combining all the data together to create one 52 megapixel photo. According to a new post, Light is already working on prototypes of smartphones with this camera technology, including 9 lenses at the back. They say that in the prototypes there are several options: from five to nine cameras on the rear panel and the ability to capture 64-megapixel photos, while the phone is slightly thicker than the iPhone X. The smartphone will be announced at the end of this year. It is not clear yet, Light is developing a new product on its own or works with existing smartphone manufacturers. Another important thing to keep in mind is that the device will not be cheap, for example, the L16 camera costs $ 1950. Reducing the number of lenses to 9 can help reduce costs, but not by much.