Sony has been coming to the headlines quite often these days. Previously it was stuck on the online tech world because Xperia Z and ZR and now the device called with a codename "Honami" is widely becoming the talk of the mobile phone geeks and lovers. Sony has started coming up with more impressive innovations that are evidently seen in their new age devices, whether it be smartphones like Xperia Z and ZR or the new PlayStation 4.
Moreover the next monster device which is soon going to be unchained from the Japanese giant's end is called Xperia i1 also called by the codename "Honami". The device came online for the first time back in April 2013 and has been seen more than a couple of times via leaks.
Recent online reports suggested that the device is likely to come with the camera experience similar to Sony Cyber Shot. The smartphone is expected to feature a 20 megapixel camera paired with a 1/1.6 sensor. Not only that but there is a high possibility of Sony including its own BIONZ imaging system for its flagship product, offering supreme picture clarity. In brief, the Bionz processor suppresses colour and luminance noise, offers enhanced colour reproduction, rich tonal graduations and an crystal clean clarity.
Reportedly, the device is also said to come with a Xenon flash on-board, with a new Super Resolution algorithm that sets and records video with a remarkable speed of 4K (4000 x 2000). The other details for the camera in Honami include an ISO (frame speed) upto 12800 and also a steady shot. The device is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 800 chipset. Not only that but the device is also rumored to comes with a wide rage of camera features like the timeshift mode, which will let the user to shift back and forth in time, in order to provide faster access to the pictures. The new API will also enable the users to add many complementary features like Bokeh, Info-eye, Manual, Socialcast, and Effect mode. The smartphone may pack a new Augmented Reality app that will enable the users to click pictures via different screen modes. Honami is expected to offer a new info eye which will enable its users to get detailed information of the objects around.
GizBot recently reported the leaked images of the screenshot of the Honami. Thus it is partly known that apart from the exclusive camera, other additional features on the phone include the integration of the device to walkman and a new UI. Honami also includes a five inch display offering a pixel density of 1080p, 32GB internal memory and microSD card slot on the either sides. In terms of connectivity the device will support 4G LTE Advanced, IR, NFC, One Touch Sharing, Wi-Fi Miracast and Bluetooth 4.0. The device is said to be powered by a 2700 mah battery.
Furthermore the long time rumored and leaked device is being speculated to be unveil on July 4th and the shipment is expected to start by the third quarter of 2013.