Slipped snapshots offer two- sided look at Sony Xperia i1

Slipped snapshots offer two-
sided look at Sony Xperia i1




Next Xperia variant might be on track
for July 4 reveal

Ever since Sony announced its
Xperia Z Android phone, the
Japanese manufacturer has been
busy building up the brand with
tablets and phablets alike.

While releasing the Xperia Tablet Z
and the Xperia Z Ultra could hardly
be seen as over-saturation, Sony
might not be done with the Xperia
variants just yet.
Back in April, we heard the first
rumblings of a new handset dubbed
"Honami" alongside reports of the
Togari, which went on to become the
Xperia ZU.

Then just a few days ago, more
signs Sony was readying a new
Xperia were spotted when pics of the
supposed Honami, now called the
Xperia i1, made a showing, and
revealed a possible 20MP camera
attached to the device.

On Friday, yet another set of entirely
different images were discovered by
Just Another Mobile Phone Blog,
hinting that the Xperia i1 may soon
join the Xperia clan.

#Alternative Xperia-once




Though no new spec information was
given, the pictures do give the
rumored device a bit more grounding
in reality.

The dedicated camera button on the
Xperia i1 sets it apart from the
Xperia ZU, and you can definitely
see a different camera lens on the
rear of the device than the one found
on the Xperia Z.

It's still believed this will be a 20MP
lens, which would give Sony's
smartphone a leg up on the
competition, at least until the oft-
rumored 41MP Nokia Lumia 1020
arrives on the scene.

Earlier rumors suggested the Xperia
i1 would include a 5-inch, 1080p
display, 2.3GHz quad-core
Qualcomm processor, and a
Walkman audio chip, but those specs
have yet to be substantiated.
It's also been suggested that the
smartphone would used Android
4.2.2 Jelly Bean, feature 2GB RAM,
include a a battery between
2,700-3,000mAh, and like the other
Xperia devices, it too would be
water- and dust-proof.
Sony is planning a July 4 event in
France, and there's a strong chance
the Xperia i1 could be the star of that
show, meaning we could be adding a
new branch to the Xperia family tree
very soon.

Via: techradar

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