Thanks to various rumours and leaks until now, we know that Sony is already preparing its 2013 H2 flagship smartphone in the form of Sony i1 (codenamed Honami). Now, the first images of this Android phone have appeared online.
The images have come from two different sources but the phone looks same in both the cases. One of the sources claims that we will see Xenon flash in the final version of Sony i1 instead of the LED flash present in these images, suggesting that these might be the images of some old prototype and final design could have changed considerably.
As per previous reports, Sony i1 will come with 20MP rear camera, Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, 5-inch full HD display and 32GB internal storage. In addition, the phone will pack 3,000 mAh battery, Jelly Bean, IR Blaster, NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 2.2MP front-facing shooter.
There is no way to authenticate these images but as we noted earlier in the post that it is very likely that we are looking at an old prototype of Sony Honami and the actual device might look different. So, take these with a pinch of salt.