Friday , March 23 2018

Sony Xperia Honami gets caught on camera, shows off its 20MP 4K camera


It looks like we may finally know what Sony have to announce at their IFA event in early September thanks to Chinese website, Digi-Wo. What we’re looking at is the Sony Xperia Honami which, amongst other things, features a 20MP rear camera that can shoot video in 4K. And while that may sound impressive, 4K quality on a mobile device is likely to be compressed beyond belief for storage purposes.

Not much else is known about this particular device, however, rumours floating around the interwebs suggest a 3000mAh battery, 2GB of RAM, Snapdragon 800 CPU, 1080p display >5-inches. The camera itself has a 1/2.3″ sensor and an ISO that goes up 12800 which on paper suggests that it can take good low-light photos.

Now we sit back and wait for a test video from the device to leak, and if all else fails, the Sony event at IFA in a few weeks.

Source: Digi-Wo.
Via: Android Police.

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3 Comments on "Sony Xperia Honami gets caught on camera, shows off its 20MP 4K camera"

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geoff fieldew
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Excited by the camera chops. Depressed by the unwieldy size.

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Disappointed it looks noticeably bigger than the Xperia Z

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The S800 also supports output to 4K tv’s/monitors, cheapest 4K video camera this side of a $4000 Blackmagic Production Camera?

Now this will be interesting.

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