We've recently become addicted to conceptual design in Android devices, and we've found that the fountain scarcely runs try. The following concept is known as the Sony Ericsson Zento, an Android smartphone by Frank Tobias. If this phone were to ever take fruition, it would be one bad mother. Oddly enough, this badness starts with Android 3.0 Honeycomb which, as you know is optimized for tablets, not smartphones. On the other hand, this device has a 4.4 in touchscreen, so perhaps the size qualifies.
Also inside this device is a Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine as well as a 2.5 Ghz dual core processor without a name. When you're concepting as hard as this fellow is, you don't even need a name to be hardcore. On the back is the most generous camera we've ever heard of on a device such as this with 10 megapixels of strength, while the front camera runs at 3.2 megapixels. The back camera is capable of Full HD capture (Sony Exmor R), while the front is essentially made for face to face chatting.
This device rolls with an HDMI port of course, allowing you to send out high definition signals to all of your even-bigger screens you've got lying around. This phone, as you can clearly see, is set to fit in directly with the rest of the XPERIA family. Have you ever seen a device with such a small bezel? We like where this is going.
[via Some Phones]