Created by Ben Ling, the Sony Xperia N concept has the only merit of adding an extra layer of case around the main frame of the handset. At least that’s my impression of it and I particularly like the profile of the smartphone and the way the display panel meets the chassis at the bottom.
The specifications are predictable, with a 5 inch Full HD TFT screen at the front and an 18 megapixel camera with LED flash at the back. The camera is capable of 24x digital zoom and Full HD video recording. Inside the Sony Xperia N there’s a quad core 2 GHz Krait 400 processor, of the Qulcomm Snapdragon 800 kind. The battery is built in and the camera at the back uses an Exmor RS sensor. The front camera is a 3 MP unit with 1080p capture as well and all of that is packed within a 6.8 mm thick case.
We also get NFC and this phone weighs 135 grams. Sony Xperia N has 2 GB of RAM, 4G LTE connectivity, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as the OS and 32 GB of internal storage. Technologies used here include Sony Mobile Bravia Engine 2 and xLOUD Experience, while under the hood you should know that there’s a Li-Ion 3100 mAh battery. Is there any room for such a design that involves a panel overlapping a frame?
[Thanks Ben Ling]