The Honami has many who are impressed with the Z Ultra hoping it’s a similar profile, just in a smaller package. The above pic should please those folks, who see the two devices next to one another. While not remarkably smaller, it’s probably just small enough to make most of us interested in a 5-inch device happy.
Sony, who has their own 4K TV sets, may be putting the ability to shoot 4K video in your pocket. A promotional slide, which notes the best way to get 4K videos on your TV is “by shooting videos with a 4K phone”, was leaked on Chinese social networking site Weibo
Sony has announced that it will be holding its IFA conference in Berlin on September 4th, where the company is expected be unveiling its new i1 handset, among other new technologies.
Hands-on images of the white version of the Sony i1, better known under the Honami codename, have leaked.
Dubbed the DSC-QX10 and DCS QX100, the lenses won’t have and LCD viewfinder or normal camera controls of any kind. They will rely on your phone or tablet as a viewfinder, and to control the action beyond manual zoom.
An alleged Sony Honami camera sample image apparently confirms that the smartphone will pack a 20.7-megapixel main camera. Read on for more details!
Sony is rumored to officially debut the i1, also known as the Honami, ahead of IFA 2013, at a September 4 event.
An online video made by YouTube user Ashton Tekno gives us our first look at the Sony Honami, albeit only in software form, with a new ROM for the Xperia Z.
The highly anticipated Sony i1 could get a US release, judging from the LTE spectrum bands listed in documents that Sony just filed at the FCC.
Using the build model of C6903, this is believed to be the Honami we’ve all been talking about, unless Sony somehow slipped one past the rumor goalie. A quick rundown shows it clocks in at 2GHz, though the crew at Xperia blog think it will touch the 2.2GHz threshold of the Xperia Z Ultra, which is consistent with what we’ve been hearing.