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Federal Communications Commission test Xperia Honami prelude to reveal it in September

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Sony asked the Federal Communications Commission FCC  to test its new smartphone “Xperia Honami“, and in preparation for its official release on the market.

The Japanese company asked the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to keeps phone information confidential until the end of next September, which warns that “Sony” will reveal the phone before the end of the month of September.

And is expected to reveal the “Sony” phone “Xperia Honami” in IFA conference in Berlin, to be held in the month of September, and specifically in the period between 6 and 11 of the month.

According to The previous leaks about the phone ,it will be supported by Sony  by a 20 megapixel rear camera  , to be a good competitor for the rest of handsets that fall under the category of “camera phones

And began the category of “camera phones” to spread this year particularly after it launched “Samsung” version of its “Galaxy S4” under the name “Galaxy S4 Zoom” for lovers of photography, then Nokia has launched a phone “Lumia 1020” camera with a resolution of 41 megapixels.

Expected features:

  • 5 inches screen
  • Quad-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 800  2.2 GHz.
  • Random memory storage capacity of 2 GB.
  • Internal memory storage capacity of 16 GB.
  • battery 300 mAh

It is noteworthy that the phone “Xperia Honami” got the code name PY7PM-0450 within the Federal Communications Commission, with reference to the “Sony” may change it to Xperia i1.

 

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