Just days after being spotted in a few live shots, Sony’s rumoured Honami smartphone is back in news. This time, a system dump of Sony’s upcoming Honami aka i1 smartphone has appeared online and has revealed some key details about this device.
In addition to these details, few device renders have also reportedly been extracted from this dump, showing the front of this device.
As per the details revealed in this system dump, Sony Honami aka Xperia i1 will indeed pack Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and 20-megapixel rear camera. The camera also supports the ability to record 4K videos in 4000×2000 resolution with aspect ratio of 2:1.
Sony has also included Timeshift burst mode, which allows users to shift back and forth in time to enjoy and share the best moment.
The company is also bundling an augmented reality app Info Eye with Honami. It is basically a visual search app, which gives you information about places around you. Walkman app now integrates Sony’s Music Unlimited service as well. Sony seems to have finally decided to focus more on software side, which hasn’t been the case in the company’s older Android phones.
Apart from all this, Sony has made some changes to the user interface as well; you can check it out in the screenshots below.