Sony appears to be working on an Android phone with a super-fast processor and a high-resolution camera. It’s code-named the Sony “Honami,” and while the company hasn’t officially introduced the device yet, the folks at Xperia Blog have posted what they say are leaked images, and members of the xda-developers have taken an apparent system dump and ported some of the apps to run on existing Sony phones.
Digging through that system dump, Xperia Blog also uncovered what appear to be some of the Honami’s high-end specs.
First up, the phone appears to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. That’s Qualcomm’s latest quad-core processor with Adreno 330 graphics. It’s really fast.
Next up, it looks like the Honami’s camera will be able to shoot 20MP photos with resolutions up to 5248 x 3936 pixels. It can also record 4K videos, with a resolution of 4000 x 2000 pixels.
The software includes new apps including a new Walkman app with support for Sony’s Music Unlimited service, a visual search app, and an updated camera app with new features including a burst mode for shooting a number of photos with one click. Sony’s custom Android user interface has also been tweaked a bit.
via Android Police
“4000 x 200 pixels”? Now that is what I call WIDE screen! 😉
Whoops… I think I left out a 0. Clearly it was supposed to be 40,000 by 200.
Wait, no… that’s not right.
you might be onto something here.
a string looking phone that wraps around your wrist. You can adjust the resolution by the number of loops around your wrist.
40,000 pixels would wrap around more than your wrist. I guess they would have to use those flexible displays LG has been demonstrating.
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