Recently, Sony's first phablet smartphone was unveiled, the Xperia Z Ultra. The phone which was previously codenamed the Togari sees some of the most advanced specifications to date from the Japanese manufacturer. The phone certainly looks capable of helping Sony make its mark in the phablet niche thanks to its massive touchscreen, stylish design and advanced features.
In the months leading up to its announcement, rumours regarding Xperia Z Ultra were a hot topic. Additionally, another high end Sony device has been rumoured for several months, as the Honami.
Xperia Blog has recently reported on leaked images from a
Brazilian technology website, as a purported Sony Honami handset pictured side
by side with the Xperia ZL and Xperia Z Ultra. While there are very few details
available regarding its features, on account of the manufacturer being yet to
officially announce the phone, rumours have suggested that the phone will sport
a 20 megapixel camera. The device is also thought to include the ability to shoot
video footage in 4000p resolution, which would certainly set the device apart
from competing high-end camera phones. This certainly suggests that Sony is
keen to compete with such devices, like the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4
Zoom and the upcoming Nokia Lumia 1020, previously rumoured as the Nokia EOS. To find out more about the Sony Honami, visit our website where you can also compare the best Sony Xperia Z contract prices.
At this point, we can only speculate about the other features of the phone, but like other Xperia handsets it is likely that the Honami will include an advanced touchscreen and powerful processor, along with the latest version of the Android operating system. The pictured device also appears to have a similar design to the Xperia Z Ultra and Xperia ZL, but is of course much smaller than the Xperia Z Ultra on account of its massive 6.4 inch display.
As usual, we will be sure to keep you posted if we hear of any further details regarding the features of the Honami, and some we await the manufacturer’s announcement of the device.