Sony Xperia Honami i1 is the first cameraphone that Sony is supposedly making after a long while. Everyone misses the good old days of the Cybershot and Walkman handsets, but we could get them back with models such as this one.



The device has just leaked on the web and it’s supposed to be a 5 inch phablet with Full HD resolution, the new Snapdragon 800 CPU and 2 GB of RAM. Specs also include 32 GB of onboard storage and its main feature is the 20 megapixel primary camera with Exmor RS sensor and G Lens, plus dual LED flash and Xenon Mobile BIONZ.

In the picture shown above we notice the presence of both the dual LED flash and the label G Lens on the camera. The interface is the same one as on the Xperia UL, with the notification bar and function bar being transparent. Sony Xperia Honami i1 is a pretty believable device, specs-wise, but the design is not that convincing and I tend to believe this is a mere concept…


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