Chris Chen has just created a fresh design and sent his Xperia concept to us, accompanied by some futuristic and over the top specs. Meet the Sony Xperia Play 2, that combines the best of Walkman, Cybershot and Bravia technologies into a single device.
The handset features a 5 inch OLED display with Bravia Engine 3 technology, X Reality Pro, Triluminos and 4K resolution. Inside we’ve got a Snapdragon 800 processor at 2 GHz, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of SSD storage, plus Vaio technology all the way. MicroSD is also here, as well as a rear 35 mm full frame camera with 24.3 MP CMOS Exmor sensor. The ISO goes to 25.600 and this handset even supports 14 bit RAW image capture, if you can believe it.
There’s also Full HD filming, at either 24p, 60i or 60p and we’ve got Cybershot technology used for the camera. At the front we’ve got an 8 megapixel shooter with Exmor RS sensor. The Xperia Play 2 is PlayStation certified, it has Walkman sound technology and associated app and equalizer, plus a 2500 mAh battery. Finally, the gaming phone runs Android 4.2 and upgrades to Android 5.0. Its design resembles the one of an Xperia Z slapped on top of the control system of the PSP Go, with an interesting extra display area between the action buttons (showing the date/time), from what I can see.
[Thanks Chris Chen]