For those who are still on the fence about smartphones taking over the compact camera market, are probably going to finally throw in the towel when Sony officially reveals the Sony Lens G soon. First reported on the rumor site SonyAlphaRumors.com, the said “lens cameras” (two models: DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100) are designed to be attached magnetically to smartphones (Android and iOS). The first model is expected to come with 20.2MP sensor and Zeiss lens similar to Sony’s RX100 Mark II. While the DSC-QX10 is pricier (estimated around $750), the second model is going to be affordable with features like 18MP 1/2.3 inch sensor and 10x optical zoom. Both Lens G variants will carry a Bionz processor and are controlled by smartphones through the built-in Wi-Fi/NEF. More details on pricing and availability of the Sony Lens G lenses were not included in the leaks. But we’ll all find out during the official announcement by Sony within the coming weeks or month. What do you think of these rumored revolutionary smartphone lenses?