here, the two newcomers are ready for prime time and they’re dubbed Xperia W and Xperia W+.Designer Kiarash Kia has been hard at work at two Xperia concepts, both gaming phones with interesting features. Teased
The design language approached here is called “CubeSense”and the Xperia W is a midranger with a full polycarbonate body, as well as a 4.5 inch screen with Bravia Engine technology. Inside we find a quad core Snapdragon 801 processor, 1 GB of RAM and at the back a 13 megapixel camera. The handset measures 8 mm in thickness and packs a 3310 mAh battery, plus a mono front facing speaker. Interestingly enough, this model runs Windows 10 for Mobile.
The Xperia W+ is the real flagship here, with a matte polycarbonate back and an aluminum frame. Upfront there’s a Full HD IPS LCD screen with Triluminous tech and a 5.2 inch diagonal. Inside there’s a Snapdragon 808 processor, as well as 2 GB of RAM and an Adreno 418 GPU. The back camera is a 20 MP shooter, with a high tune LED flash and F/1.9 aperture, as well as OIS.
This handset measures 7.3 mm in thickness and has a 3110 mAh battery, as well as stereo front facing speakers with dolby tech. Both models share a special combination of Windows Phone UI, Android UI and according to the designer some Xperia traits with Xbox and PlayStation support. You can connect to both consoles without a problem. The Xperia W comes in black, white and green, while the W+ comes in matte black, white and matte orange.
In this current day and age consoles are important, but phones are more like replacing them, rather than connecting to them, right?
[via Kiarash Kia]