After the Xperia Z1, a new road for naming patterns of Sony Xperia handsets has been opened and Ben Ling is quick to follow it with a fresh concept. Meet the Sony Xperia T1, pictured below and adopting the pretty much standard Sony design.
We’re dealing with a 4.7 inch handset with a 16 megapixel FHD camera with Sony G Lens and a 1/2.8 inch Exmor RS sensor. The screen uses X Reality technology and Dragontrail glass, plus it supports multitouch for up to 10 fingers and offers a 469 ppi pixel density, way more than the human eye can see.
Apparently there’s a new type of flash available, a CRI LED, whatever that is. Specs include BIONZ for mobile technology, a quad core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 16 GB of storage, a microSD card slot and a 3100 mAh battery. We also get Android 4.3.1 and PlayStation certification, as well as NFC, HD voice and a case that measures 8.7 mm in thickness.
The Sony Xperia T1 concept weighs 155 grams and it has a removable battery, in case you’re wondering.
[Thanks Ben Ling]