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Sony Vaio F1 Smartphone Running Windows Phone 9 Concept Design Appears Online
While Sony has already announced to sell its Vaio PC division to another Japan based company, the company's mobile division might just come up with a Windows Phone device soon. The Japanese smartphone maker, which has excelled in building water-proof smartphones, is making rounds in rumors section off late regarding it's options for coming up with a Windows Phone device.
Based on the same rumors, new concept designs of the Sony phone running on Windows Phone platform has arrived on internet and the device is called Sony Vaio F1. Moreover, Victor Cao, the designer of the concept images, is quite a futuristic personality it seems, as he makes the device run on Windows Phone 9. For the record, WP9 is also a concept as of now.
It should be noted that Sony has, so far, not come up with any Windows Phone running device. Thus if this concept renders materialize anytime soon, it would surely be a new exploration for the smartphone maker.
The Sony Vaio F1 smartphones specs are laid in such a way that it will surely turn out to be the ace device among the Windows Phone circle. To be accurate, the designer lays the specs as such: 2.36GHz quad-core processor (likely a Snapdragon 800) which is not a bad option (Snapdragon 805 would have been much better though), 5.2-inch Full HD IPS Triluminous display and 2GB of RAM. Obviously the concept device would run on Windows Phone 9 and includes a 16-megapixel rear camera with Sony G Lens and ½-inch sensor, plus a 3200 mAh battery. The phone also features an extra touch with a Walkman player that can be opened by sliding right. Sliding left, on the other hand, would open the Cyber-shot camera.
Don't just get high on the phone already, as this is unfortunately nothing more than a concept phone for the time being. However, you can drop your opinion on the device in the comment box below.