Sony i1 Honami Specs Leaked; Impressive Spec List, Perhaps the next Nexus?
The blurry picture above allegedly shows the upcoming Sony’s device “Sony i1 Honami”. We can’t figure out much about the design of the device from the picture but the device seems to be really stylish and big in size and in my opinion, it does look a little like a Nexus, with the black body and a silver bezel. According to a recent report by PhoneArena, if it’s true, the Sony i1 Honami is filled with some top class specifications.
Some leaked spec details are listed below:
- 5-inch (1920 x 1080p) Full HD screen, 2000:1 Contrast Ration
- Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz
- 2 GB RAM
- 32 GB internal memory and a microSD slot
- 2/3” 20/13 MP Exmor RS camera with Sony G lens, a Cybershot Camera UI, shutter key and interchangeable lenses
- 2.2 MP 1080p front camera
- Android 4.2.2 Operating System
- One Touch Sharing
- WiFi Miracast
- 4G LTE
- IR Remote
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Shatterproof front glass
- Metal and/or Carbon Fiber shell
- IP 55/58 dust, eater and shock resistance
- 300 mAh battery
Also, S-Master mobile audio amplifier and dual speakers are expected as were in Xperia UI. The improved stamina mode is also expected to be included in the device for long lasting battery performance.
The Sony i1 Honami is said to be the first device under “One Sony” series and will definitely attract the buyers. With such amazing specs in the list, there’s only one thing left to make the Sony i1 Honami a perfect device. And the thing is Sony i1 Honami to be a Nexus device. Could Honami be the next Nexus device?
A previous report suggests that the Sony i1 Honami can make its arrival in the U.S. on the fall along with the Togari. Sony has been launching some really great Smartphones lately and this new upcoming Sony i1 Honami can also be a success. This device can really make its space under the best camera-phones of the year. At the end, all we hope is Sony i1 Hunami to be the next big thing, the next Nexus device. After Samsung, now it’s Sony’s turn to pull some success from a Nexus device.
Source: Phone Arena
Via: Android Authority