Sony Honami leaks seem to be almost as frequent as the Moto X leaks these days. The good part about the Moto X is that an announcement is coming in just a days time, on August 1st. Sony on the other hand, isn't expected to announce the Honami until September 4th during IFA 2013. Basically, that seems to imply we have about another month of Honami related leaks to look forward to seeing.
image related, but as of today we are getting a look at some specs. The details are coming by way of a GFXbench report which is showing details of the processor, graphics and version of Android. The handset is listed as model number C6903 and shown to be running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
images, details of the camera and even some covering other specs of the handset. And well, it is looking like the handset has just recently been discovered in an FCC filing. The filing has the handset dubbed as the PY7PM-0450, which the PM-0450 portion has previously been associated with the Honami.
Android 4.3 announcement from Google, Sony has offered some details in terms of which devices would be getting an update. So far there is talk of six Xperia devices getting the update to Android 4.3. And coming in addition there was also mention of some Android 4.2 plans as well as some plans to have devices jump from Android 4.1 to Android 4.3.
late-June as well as the renders that leaked last week.
Galaxy Camera, and even a Galaxy S4 Zoom smartphone with a 16 megapixel huge lens mounted on back. And don't get us started with Nokia's Lumia and that 41 megapixel shooter. Today we're hearing another will be entering this space, but with a completely different approach. That being clip-on accessory lens options for the photographer in you.
Sony have been pushing hard in 2013 with some pretty top-tier smartphones. The Xperia Z has been quite popular, and the new Z Ultra certainly is a good looking device. However, latest reports of a Z successor coming later this year have been confirmed with some recently leaked press images of the rumored Sony i1 "Honami" flagship smartphone.
'my Xperia' mobile security service when Sony rolled it out in beta form back in late-January. As of today however, it looks like the service is now rolling out on a global basis. Basically, it seems as if Sony has removed the beta tag and they will have it available for all 2012/2013 Xperia devices sometime over the "next few weeks."
Sony handset. The model is sporting the codename of 'Honami' and last we heard was that Sony would be making an official announcement on July 4th. We still have a few days to see if that plays out as expected and in the meantime, a few rendered images have surfaced.