Dual-core application processors inside today’s smartphones are common today, powering both high-end and affordable devices, regardless their maker.
While these processors are usually clocked in at around 1.5GHz, the possible inclusion of a 2GHz chip inside a new device is not farfetched, and this is the idea behind the new Sony Xperia Casa concept phone.
might easily fit into Sony’s Mini series of Xperia handsets, that’s for sure, though it would pack latest-generation hardware specifications.
One thing that strikes from the beginning is the fact that this phone is rather small, which could easily make it a great option for fashionistas.
However, it does feature all the components and capabilities that any other smartphone available today on shelves would include.
On the side, it sports the volume and camera buttons, along with the microUSB port and the audio-jack on the other side. Being a classic design, the phone’s body also sports the on/off button on the side.
Ben Ling, the designer of this device, also notes
that an Exmor R camera would be present on the back of this phone, capable of recording videos in full HD resolution. Moreover, the device would sport a 1.3MP camera on the front, great for making video calls in HD resolution.
The phone’s specs also include 1GB of RAM to go with the 2GHz CPU, along with 16GB of internal memory, and a Li-Ion 1910 mAh battery.
Additionally, the mobile phone would include NFC capabilities, Bluetooth 4.0, xLOUD technology, and a screen packing Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine and 357 ppi pixel density.
On top of these all, we could see Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform, along with specific customizations coming from Sony, as on all other Xperia handsets.
If real, the device
would land on shelves with a price tag of around 300 Euro attached to it, making it even more appealing, based on its internal circuitry.
However, there’s no telling on whether Sony would actually plan the launch of such a smartphone, although the company has been pushing a great deal of new handsets to the market lately.