With over 4 million units already sold, the Xperia Z is currently the most popular Sony offering. But, that’s not where it all ends. The Japanese manufacturer plans to take things to the next level by introducing a successor to the Sony Xperia Z. According to a few reliable sources, the successor will be code named Honami. While most of its specifications are highly rumoured, you can still expect something quite close to what is being talked about.
- 5 inch display
- 20 MP camera
- 2.3 GHz processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 2700 mAh batteryÂ
No wonder, that’s too hot to handle. Sony plans to stick to a standard 5 inch display. However, not too much is known about the display resolution yet. You might probably see a 16 or a 20 MP rear camera which is by far the best found in a smartphone. There is no word on the secondary camera, but you can surely expect a good one.
Powering the device is a 2.3 GHz processor teamed up with a 2 GB RAM. The gadget will possibly house a 2700 or a 3000 mAh battery. A source also states that the new gadget will feature a Triluminos display which is capable of producing more natural colours.
Along with the Honami, Sony will also be launching a 6.44 inch phablet code-named Togari, which is most likely to compete the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. In terms of design, the phablet will look quite similar to the Xperia Z and will be available in Black or White. Though not much is known about the gadget, it is considered to be a step ahead of Honami.
The duo are still a mile away from reality, but you can surely expect some delicious treats from Sony in the near future.