The early days of 2008 were the early days of this site and we had a ton of concepts related to PSP Phones back then. After the PS Vita and Xperia Play became history, everybody swiped them under the rug and forgot about them. Now it’s maybe time to give this segment a new spin. That’s what Jermaine Smit did, with the Sony Xperia PlayStation Phone concept shown below.
We even have a video of this powerhouse of a device, with a 5.9 inch Quad HD display, an Exynos 7420 processor and 4 GB of RAM. There’s up to 128 GB of storage inside, a 20.9 megapixel back camera and a 5 MP front shooter. Sony Xperia PlayStation has a 3500 mAh battery and a full metal body, that looks mighty fine. The frame of this Xperia concept seems to expand on the idea of the Galaxy Note 4 somehow, with expanded metal edges.
Also known as the Sony Xperia PS, this model has an edge to edge display, quad speakers and it easily attaches to a PlayStation 4 joystick. It comes in a variety of colors, including a very nice red and gold unit. The video below also demos seamless sharing and gameplay on the go.
Jermaine Smit has rendered a new Sony Xperia phone, one that focuses on gaming and it’s dubbed Sony Xperia PS. The device gets only a teaser today, with further images coming over the next days.
We’re dealing with a 5.9 inch Quad HD smartphone with 4 GB of RAM and a surprise for a CPU: Samsung Exynos 7420. That beast has been spotted in benchmarks, scoring really impressive results. This model has a 20.9 megapixel back camera and there’s also a metallic case in the mix. The format feels pretty similar to the one of the Galaxy Note 4, from that pics I’ve seen.
This unit should come with original speakers, integrated in a revolutionary way on the finalized device, as well as a 3 MP front camera and a special PS4 system integration on top of Android. The back camera has dual tone flashes and the device will get a special back case texture, as promised by the designer. What do you think of Xperia PS so far? By the way, the PS stands for PlayStation!
After a long series of Sony Xperia Z4 concepts, it’s time to hear a name I haven’t heard in ages: Satio. Hass. T has designed the Sony Satio X2 concept, a successor of the famous Sony Ericsson Satio. That’s what I call going back to the drawing board.
Anyhow, this model was started in 2013 by the designer, but it was left unfinished, so he decided to go back and redo it. It feels like a teaser and not a finalized model, so your feedback may help the creator of the device with his work. Back in the day, Sony stood for excellent music and video playback, as well as great picture taking. The Satio X2 aims at that purpose and comes with a 24.3 megapixel back camera borrowed from the Sony A99 mount camera.
It offers a very clear and crisp 4K display, Bosse speakers and a design that strays a bit from the classic Omnibalance approach. We get rounded edges, a metal frame, a bottom part that feels like a cross between the older Xperia S and a HTC One, while the back features a gigantic camera. That one would even make a Lumia jealous. Seen from the profile, this Sony Xperia concept feels very much like an iPhone 6.
I have seen my share of Sony Xperia Z4renders, but this one is created by Jermaine Smit and it’s very, very slim. There are actually 3 phone versions, with the main one featuring a5.2 inch 2K display, which is very likely to be featured on the real Z4 model.
The Sony Xperia Z4+ concept packs a 21.09 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot with support for up to 128 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB of internal storage and 4 GB of RAM. It also has a 2880 mAh battery. There are actually 3 versions that Jermaine Smit rendered, including a 5.2 inch Full HD Z4 unit, with a 21.9 MP camera, 4 GB of RAM and a 2880 mAh battery.
Finally, there’s the Xperia Z4 Mini with a 4.7 inch Full HD display, the same 21.9 MP camera, microSD card slot and 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage, 3 GB of RAM and a 2500 mAh battery. The smartphone is ultraslim in all its 3 versions, it has elegant and slim physical buttons on the sides and rounded top and bottom. It manages to stray a bit from the usual Omnibalance design and includes edge to edge screens, as well as a very big back camera lens.
Paulo Corceiro has designed a Sony concept phone that he called Sony Sports. This model looks like a plastic flask of alcohol, but it’s geared towards the active man, being a fitness phone.
With so many fitness bracelets out there, why not have a fitness phone as well? The handset is curved from the back to the front and features rounded edges that are a bit too big for modern requirements. It comes in bright, Tweety yellow and I’m sensing there are solid music features and GPS features on board, to get the best out of your workout. Subscriptions to fitness magazines and services are included and the camera looks… strange.
It feels like there’s a Bluetooth headset ready to be removed there, not a camera. Anyway, the curvature of the phone makes me imagine holding it during long runs and it probably faces sweat, rain and dust easily. Social networking and maybe a pedometer and pulse sensing would be useful here.
Jermaine Smit has a very cool new concept phone ready, one that he calls the Sony Xperia Curve. It’s like he took the best out of the Microsoft Lumia devices from the past years and also added some of the latest Samsung DNA in the mix, with the side curves and all.
Part of the Sony DNA is kept here, but those curved edges sure look swell. The smartphone features a 5.2 inch curved AMOLED display, 3 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 810 processor. All of these sound like realistic specs for the Sony Xperia Z4, by the way. We’ve got 32 or 64 GB of storage, and a 21.9 megapixel back camera, plus a 4.9 MP selfie shooter. The handset has IP67 protection, being waterproof and dustproof at the same time.
It has no flaps and its USB connection will be cut when water is detected, which sounds like a pretty smart solution to the waterproofing problem. The main camera has a dual LED flash and there are also JBL front speakers included in the mix here. I have a feeling this Xperia Curve render is better than what Sony has to offer with the real Xperia Z4. Also, nice color choices for the device’s case, including blue, gray, beige and silver.
The Xperia Curve shows a smarter way to include curved screen edges and more discrete than the LG prototype at CES 2015 or the Galaxy Note Edge.
We have seen quite a few Sony Xperia Z4 concepts, most of them clearly anchored in 2014. The one shown below was created by Ashraf Amer, with 2015 in mind. This handset is supposed to be the top of the latest technology unveiled in the coming months.
Sony Xperia Z4 runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and also get sa golden version. We’re dealing with a handset that sports a 5.4 inch IPS LCD display with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, shatter proof glass and Triluminous technology. There’s also an octa core Snapdragon 810 64 bit processor inside and a 24 megapixel back camera with dual LED flash.
There’s a 1/2.3 inch sensor in the mix and we’ve got a 12 megapixel front camera for selfies. There’s 32 GB of storage inside, 4 GB of RAM, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 4500 mAh battery with Quick Charge 2.0. This model comes in4 premium colors and it feels like a wide slab of modernity, in a very thin packaging. The Xperia Z4 shown here is clearly slimmer than other similar concepts and feels very fragile, at 5 mm in thickness.
Designed by Dwight Looi, the Sony Xperia Micro concept is meant to be a phone for people who want raw handset power in a smaller package. This model offers the smallest, thinnest package possible with the thinnest bezel possible, according to the creator of the device.
It packs a 4 inch 720p display, a Snapdragon 808 processor and a 20.7 megapixel back camera with 4K video recording. There’s also a through-the-LCD selfie cam, that operates via the hole in the backlight diffuser and DSP for LCD shadow. The ergonomics are tailored for as good a grip as possible for this small and slim device. The product is said to retail for the same price as the Xperia Z4, which means $629 without contract.
I find it interesting that the designer placed the Home button at the bottom and the charging contacts in the same area. The device’s edges feature a a small concave side, where these buttons are integrated. This makes the Xperia Micro look like an ice cream sandwich of sorts and just like its predecessors, the main metal part is sandwiched between two glass parts.
The glass is enhanced and allows the antenna RF pass-through. The frame of the device involves machined titanium aluminum alloy, so this sturdy model is quite a piece of work.
If you click David Quijada’s name in this sentence, you’ll see a series of bold designs he has created and in 2015 he continues the same trend. Today he unveils the Sony Xperia Q phablet, in two versions: Xperia QA and Xperia QT.
Sony Xperia QA packs a 5.5 inch HD TFT Triluminos screen, as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.7 GHz quad core processor and 4G LTE connectivity. We’ve got inductive charging on board, 3 GB of RAM, a 3200 mAh battery and a 20.1 megapixel shooter. There’s a superselfie camera upfront and a micro HDMI output. This unit has a special case around the main body, sort of like a bumper case. The design claims it the Q phablet uses an aluminum thermal bezel and an assembly technology based on two screws alone.
Sony Xperia QT is a 5.5 inch Full HD display device and inside it we find a surprise: the freshly announced Nvidia Tegra X1 octa core processor, the one announced at CES 2015. This unit has a crazy 6 GB of RAM and it’s basically a monster phone. It also comes with a 30.2 MP camera, a 12 MP superselfie shooter and a micro HDMI out. The battery is also huge at 5000 mAh.
Remember the Sony Xperia Z4 concept that Kiarash Kia imagined? Well the multi lens device has been finalized by the designer and today we get a full list of specs and more views of the device, from a variety of angles.
This model uses an Exmor RS image sensor, CMOS image sensor, as well as BIONZ X image processing and Sony G Lens. As far as the sound goes, there’s S Master Digital Amplifier, S Force Surround, ClearAudio+, a magnetic fluor speaker and stereo speakers. The screen technology is Triluminous, as usual, plus there’s X Reality for mobile Sony Bravia Engine 3 and protections against scratch and shattering.
A smart idea is the inclusion of corners that light up discretely and also work as notification lights. The device has very slim bezels around the display, which is not exactly strange, if you consider the latest leak of the Xperia Z4 Ultra. All of the above mentioned technology is crammed within 5.7 mm of thickness, associated to the case, quite an evolution from the 7.3 mm of the Xperia Z3.
The frame is made of metal, just like the predecessor, only a bit less rounded this time.