We have seen purported leaked images of the Sony Xperia i1, a device that also goes by the name Sony Honami, and here we are with additional information on what is to come down the road. For starters, the system dump has apparently leaked over the Internet, and folks have been quick to perform an analysis in detail, which will hopefully reveal a number of hidden secrets concerning the upcoming Sony Honami. For starters, a bunch of strings that are in the build.prop have depicted some hardware characteristics, including a Snapdragon 800 chipset, the ability for the Honami to shoot 20-megapixel images thanks to a new Super Resolution algorithm set as well as being able to record video at 4K (4000 x 2000) resolution with an aspect ratio of 2:1. That is definitely jaw dropping alone by itself, and for other camera features, those include an ISO of up to 12800 as well as a Steadyshot mode.
Additional imaging features include Timeshift burst mode, letting you shift back and forth in time so that you can pick and choose the best moment. Not only that, Sony has also come up with a camera API that enables on to add more functions to the camera app, calling it “Xperia camera add-ons”. We do look forward to see what else the Sony Honami is able to deliver when the time for an official debut arrives.