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Sony Xperia Z1 pre-orders will include a Sony Smartwatch 2 with EE

UK carrier EE has yet to make an official announcement, however a leaked advertisement suggests the carrier will be offering a free Sony Smartwatch 2 for those who pre-order the Sony Xperia Z1. The Z1 is perhaps still better known as the Honami and Sony is expected to announce the handset at an event on September 4th. We have yet to see anything that suggests this is a Sony offer (as opposed to an EE offer), however if that happens to be the case, we would expect to hear a bit more tomorrow.

Sony QX Lens Camera might not need smartphones after all

While we have seen countless leaks and details surrounding Sony's upcoming "Lens Camera" most of which were attached to a device, today a set of leaked press photos reveal you can use the camera device without a smartphone if you'd like. Making it a dedicated camera, of sorts. Previous rumors suggested a smartphone or tablet and a companion app would be required, but that doesn't appear to be the case.

Sony Xperia Z1 Honami images continue to leak

Given the frequency of leaks that have dealt with the Honami smartphone this latest probably shouldn't come with much in terms of surprise. But that being said, it looks like another round of images have surfaced showing the handset from both the front and back as well as the top, bottom and sides. These are crisp, clear pics and they seem to match up with the teasers we have seen direct from Sony.

Sony Honami surfaces in a series of hands-on images

Given the frequency of Honami related leaks there is probably little surprise in that another has surfaced. This latest is a handful of live-images showing the handset in white. They are offering a clear look at the front and back of the handset as well as the top and bottom. In fact, there appears to be just one angle missing in this latest leak -- an shot of the right side.

Sony Xperia i1 Honami teased with the G Lens

Sony had kicked off the #bestofSony campaign and so far they have been giving sneak peak looks at the device believed to be the Honami. Or as it has since become, the Sony Xperia i1. An announcement is expected to take place at an event just prior to IFA and this most recent image teaser has brought the talk to one of the more popular points of the handset -- the camera.

Sony Xperia i1 Honami surfaces in another round of leaked images

This sort of comes with little in terms of surprise at this point, but it looks like there has been some additional Honami related leaks. This time around we are seeing another image of the handset in a variety of colors. Nothing all that surprising given the color aspect has already been discussed, but as you can see below -- there is now the white, black and purple models sitting side-by-side in one single image.

Sony Xperia i1 Honami leak brings a complete set of specifications

Sony has an announcement event planned for September 4th and we are expecting that to include the Honami. Sony hasn't confirmed which devices would be shown during this event, but that hasn't stopped the leaks and speculation surrounding the Honami from getting a bit out of control. We have recently seen the device dubbed the Sony Xperia i1 and it looks like we are now being treated to some additional images as well as a near complete set of specs.

Sony Honami leak brings talk of a full-powered Mini

We have seen plenty of Sony Honami related leaks up until this point, however it looks like another has arrived. And while this one is on the topic of the Honami, this isn't the same Honami we have been seeing. For some the Honami name has likely become known as a smartphone with a high-megapixel rear-facing camera.

Sony Honami leak brings talk of 4K video

We recently got a first look at the Sony Honami in white. Those images appeared yesterday and it looks like they have been followed up with another image. This latest leaked image has a white Honami sitting side-by-side with a purple Xperia Z. Perhaps more exciting than another leaked image, there was also talk of the Honami being able to capture 4K video.