With Phonandroid, Sony wants to bring the first smartphones onto the market that can detect fake photos

Sony’s smartphones have never really been the most popular, but they are always equipped with quite interesting technologies that cannot be found elsewhere. Sony is also working on a way to prevent photo forgery.

Sony is reportedly planning to introduce a revolutionary feature on its upcoming Xperia 1 VI and 5 VI phones to prevent image manipulation. These two smartphones will be launched next year and will succeed the Xperia 1 V and the Xperia 5 V we shouldn’t expect them until the second quarter of 2024 at the earliest.

According to a report from a reliable Japanese news site known for its accurate information about Sony products, these new Xperia models will be integrated a digital signature feature for images that is “unprecedented in the world.”

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The digital signature feature is designed to make it possible to add a unique signature to images immediately after they are captured. This signature serves as a verification tool, This allows users to confirm the authenticity of photos and identify any fakes.

The potential use of digital signatures could have greater impact in businesses and media, for example by ensuring the integrity of images used for reporting, Sony states in a press release.

What is certain is that the integration of a digital signature chip could revolutionize the way users verify the authenticity of images and detect changes. However, dQuestions remain about the compatibility of this feature with various applicationss, especially social networks. It remains to be seen how different media outlets will embrace this technology and whether they can draw inspiration from it for their own platforms.

Although specific details about the digital signature system are not yet available, the rumor is consistent with Sony’s recent announcement Some DSLR models will receive a similar feature through a software update. In the meantime, we can only speculate about how this technology will work. For example, we believe that by examining the metadata of images and videos, we may be able to determine whether or not the content has been modified. However, to be sure, we’ll have to wait for more information from Sony.