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New Sony Honami Specs Leak Along With SUPER Blurry Picture

Posted In News, Reviews - By AndroidPress on Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 With No Comments »

Honami Blurry

In a world of touch to focus cameras, it’s hard to imagine that someone can take such a terrible picture yet here we have it.  What you see above is reportedly Sony’s game changing super phone, the Honami.  We first reported about the Honami well over a month ago but haven’t really heard much about it since.  I say this is a game changing super phone because according to the original report, it was going to bring the best of Sony’s many division and pack it into a phone and based on the updated specs, that’s exactly what they’ve done.

  • 5.0-inch 1920×1080 Triluminos, OptiContrast, X-Reality Engine, 2000:1 + Contrast Ratio
  • Snapdragon MSM8974 2.3 ghz, Adreno 330
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 32 GB Internal, microSD expansion
  • 2/3″ 20/13 MP Exmor RS camera with Sony G lens, Cybershot Camera UI, Camera shutter key, Interchangeable lenses
  • Xenon + Dual LED Flash, Mobile BIONZ Image processing
  • NFC, One Touch Sharing, WIFI Miracast
  • BlueTooth 4.0
  • S-Master MX Mobile Audio Amplifier
  • 1080p Exmor R front camera 2.2 Megapixel
  • Dual Stereo speakers
  • Android 4.2.2, new Xperia UI
  • 4G LTE
  • Tough Shatter proof Glass on front ( Tougher than Xperia Z Dragontrail glass)
  • 3000mAh battery, new improved STAMINA mode
  • Glass + Metal/Carbon Fiber body
  • IP 55/58 dust, water resistance, shock resistance. No flap on audio jack
  • IR Remote

The camera is probably the most unique to Sony feature on this phone but all of these specs are top notch and will give any other phone a run for its money.  The Glass+Metal/Carbon Fiber body is really intriguing and I like that Sony is continuing on with water proofing/dust proofing their phones.  The idea of interchangeable lenses is also very interesting but it does mean there will be extra money to be spent on accessories and such.

Given just how ridiculous the specs on this guy are I would say store it in the rumour folder for now but Sony may just pull off this crazy device and launch themselves up the Android ladder.


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