Most of us shoot more photos with our phones than our actual cameras — and with good reason, as the intelligent software produces outstanding results with little effort. Alice aims to combine this software savvy with more capable hardware. Its Sony-developed, 12-megapixel 4/3 sensor is far larger than most smartphone sensors and works with a huge library of high-quality lenses. A Google Edge TPU neural network processor enhances the built-in artificial intelligence, enabling features like automatic HDR, subject tracking, and night more. There's a mount on the back to let users attach a smartphone to use as a touchscreen viewfinder; the built-in WiFi and Bluetooth also allow phones to work untethered. Expected to begin shipping in October.