Ben Ling is known on our website for the impressive amount of Sony Xperia renders he created and now he’s back with a Sony Nexus phone. The device is actually called Sony Google Nexus 5 and it even has some prices attached to it. The smartphone is supposed to go for $349 in the 16 GB version or $399 in the 32 GB version.
This is a 4.6 inch Full HD Triluminos display with X Reality for Mobile technology and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. At the back there’s a 20.7 megapixel camera with LED flash and HDR, as well as an Exmor RS sensor for mobile. There’s a Sony G Lens used here and a 1/2.3 inch sensor, plus BIONZ for mobile tech and 16x digital zoom.
The camera does Full HD video recording and also 4K video recording. Inside the Sony Google Nexus 5 there’s a quad core Snapdragon 800 2.3 GHz processor, a removable battery and 2 GB of RAM. The handset weighs 122 grams and measures 8.5 mm in thickness. It runs Android 4.3, has an LED illumination bar and 4G LTE support. There’s HD voice support and a Li-ion 3050 mAh battery.
Finally, Ben Ling’s concept features a design that deviates from the usual Sony approach, by making the device wider than usual. What do you think about it?
[Thanks Ben Ling]