Sony is working on its next two flagship models, Sony Honami and Sony Togari that would possibly be announced somewhere this year. Lately, rumors about the specs of both devices are popping up everywhere with the Honami device codenamed C670X and C680X for Togari.
Sony Togari Specs
According to the latest rumors, Sony Togari will be the first phablet from Sony, packing a 6.44 inch 1080p display (1920 x 1080) at 342ppi density. The design of the phone will inherit majority of the features from the current flagship model, Xperia Z and will be as thinner as the Xperia Z. The device is expected to have an all white color option with white bezels as well. This is ideal for those who loved the Xperia Z white looks.
Sony Hanomi Specs
Sony Honami is considered to be even a much powerful device than the former. According to the rumors, the device will have a 5 inch 1080p display, a 16 or 20 MP camera with CMOS Sensor and Carl Zeiss Lens. The device might have the newest Snapdragon 800 processor running at 2.3 GHz, Andreno 330 GPU for graphics rendering, 2GB RAM and a battery capacity of about 2700 to 3000mAh. This model is considered to be the successor to the Xperia Z.
The TRILUMINOS Display
Both the devices are considered to feature the new Triluminos display technology. This new technology is not only for smartphones but for other Sony products as well like Cyber-Shot point and shoot camera and Bravia TVs. The display is considered to produce more natural colors than the traditional LED.
Both the devices are said to be the most beautiful devices ever produced by Sony and both will be dust an water resistant up to 1 meter.
If the above specs are least expected to be true, then the two devices from Sony will be the next big kings of the market in both the smartphone and phablet category. There are still a lot of things that need to be answered but we will let you know as soon as we hear about anything new about these two new models from Sony. Leave us comments down below and share your views with us.
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