Sony is busy giving final touches to a brand new ideology that will arrive as early as summer. The Japanese giant, who is said to be working on a mission to make the firm world's third largest smartphone vendor, has now conceived Honami. If rumors are to be believed then Sony is working on a high-end device that will reportedly carry a mammoth 20-mega pixel censor with Carl Zeiss optics. The phone is said to be take on HTC One, and Nokia 808 PureView.
Interestingly, the device will be sold under new series, as hinted by Esato forum post. Of course, Sony won't disarray the handset from Xperia lineup. It will be better to state Honami under Xperia (C), like that. The Nokia 808 PureView was all together a bulky device. It is said that Sony made 20-mega pixel camera phone will be slim trim due to Exmor RS technology built into it.
Last week, GizBot informed you that Sony is working on three new handsets. And one among them was a Cyber-shot camera phone with same level optics found in the Nokia 808 PureView. Sony is currently working deeply to craft Jesus handset that incorporates company's other flagship technology: Cyber-shot stands for superior imaging technology, and Walkman echoes audio perfection.
Let's have a look at specifications of the so-called 808 PureView killer.
CEO Kaz Hirai "One Sony" mantra was initially implemented to give struggling giant a new direction. With devices like Honami coming out this year, the Japanese titan will be honored to present a flagship handset that includes everything Sony has to offer. Sony's recent launch- Xperia Z is a novel handset with gorgeous display, and optimized specifications, but it is nowhere near to a perfect phone nor comes closer to HTC One ‘UltraPixel' led camera. So, Sony has to announce an integrated handset with the goodness of Samsung Galaxy S4, and simplicity of an iPhone.
As per buzz, Sony's next-generation camera phone dubbed as Honami will have a 5-inch display 1080p , 2GB of RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8974 ( 2.3-GHz), Adreno 330 GPU, 3G, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE Global , 20-mega pixel camera sensor powered by Sony, water/dust resistant, Walkman audio, 2700-3000mAh battery , and Xenon/Dual LED Flash.
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