Sony had a great time designing their all -in-one Xperia Z. The latest advert featuring Bollywood bombshell Katrina Kaif managed to convince you by saying "the best of Sony" in a smartphone. The handset is brilliant, but this is just a sneak peek into the amazing world of Sony. The Japanese giant is currently in a process to launch two high-end devices - the Xperia Honami , and an unknown 6-inch Togari handset.
While, you can hear a lot more about Honami in comparison to Note 3 competitors. As per rumors, Sony's Honami smartphone could flaunt an amazing camera. The handset is set to be stuffed with Cyber-shot branding. Basically, the device would specifically target camera enthusiasts. Being a camera centered handset; the Honami will come with a 2/3" image sensor along with Xenon flash. Now it is being said that Sony Honami might come with manual controls. On the hardware side, it will pack a 5-inch 1080p Full HD display, quad -core processor, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, NFC, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 2,300mAh battery inside.
If Sony is working sincerely to make its forthcoming Honami even bigger than Nokia 808 PureView then Samsung is also not far behind. The South Korean giant is also working on a special variant of noted Galaxy S4. Currently dubbed "Galaxy Zoom", it will be known as a camera phone for sure. The street is abuzz with rumors of Samsung Galaxy Zoom to arrive with 16-mega pixel rear facing camera (via Sam Mobile). On the other hand, the device won't come with 5-inch Full HD display, as found on Galaxy S4. It could feature a 4.3-inch qHD display, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, dual-core processor, and a long battery life fitted inside.
While a major player in the camera smartphone business, Nokia is believed to unveil EOS on July 9. After tasted success with Nokia 808 PureView, the Finnish giant is believed to announce 41MP ducked Windows Phone 8 powered handset in the US on July 9. It will feature improved camera optics along with new imaging ecosystem. Stay tuned to GizBot.