Blurry photo of Sony i1 Honami cameraphone leaks, specs included


Sony will be competing with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Zoom and the Nokia EOS in the fall when it releases its own cameraphone, the i1 Honami. The device will come with a Cybershot-quality camera and a full HD display.

If the specs that have been leaked so far are legitimate, then this phone could be an absolute beast. It is expected to be the first true “One Sony” device, made with the strategy of converging the best Sony has to offer in its mobile gear. Salivate after the break.

  • 5.0-inch 1920×1080 Triluminos, OptiContrast, X-Reality Engine, 2000:1 + Contrast Ratio

  • Snapdragon MSM8974 2.3 ghz, Adreno 330

  • 2 GB RAM

  • 32 GB Internal, microSD expansion

  • 2/3″ 20/13 MP Exmor RS camera with Sony G lens, Cybershot Camera UI, Camerashutter key, Interchangeable lenses

  • Xenon + Dual LED Flash, Mobile BIONZ Image processing

  • NFC, One Touch Sharing, WIFI Miracast

  • BlueTooth 4.0

  • S-Master MX Mobile Audio Amplifier

  • 1080p Exmor R front camera 2.2 Megapixel

  • Dual Stereo speakers

  • Android 4.2.2, new Xperia UI

  • 4G LTE

  • Tough Shatter proof Glass on front ( Tougher than Xperia Z Dragontrail glass)

  • 3000mAh battery, new improved STAMINA mode

  • Glass + Metal/Carbon Fiber body

  • IP 55/58 dust, water resistance, shock resistance. No flap on audio jack.

  • IR Remote

Source: PhoneArena

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  • icyrock1

    Hoping they make it available on T-Mobile when its released, not later has an after thought.

  • M42

    Why is it that every secretly leaked photo has to be blurry? It’s like every photo or video you see of a supposed UFO, they’re all blurry. Shake reduction has been in video cams for over twenty years, yet we get shaky, blurry UFO videos. Same with these still photos. The quality is so good in smart phones, there’s no excuse for a photo like this. Unless it’s a pure fake, which I’m betting this one is.

    • Harrison Kaminsky

      Possibility that they are manufacturer-leaked photos meant to generate hype without giving away too much information. But yes, I agree, it always has seemed very sketchy to me. (And also ironic that a photo of a new cameraphone is extremely blurry.)