Concept phones are always a great source of dreaming for those interested in getting more from a type of handset or a specific brand they like the most.
For fans of Sony’s Xperia lineup, a new such design is now available, promising a host of appealing features in a design that falls in line with Sony’s current strategy.
Moreover, the handset was conceived with specs that would easily make it a high-end smartphone, while also keeping it in line with what can be seen on the market today.
Dubbed Sony Xperia X, the new concept device comes from Ben Ling (via concept-phones), featuring a quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor inside.
The handset also packs an Adreno 230 GPU, along with 2GB of RAM inside, while being powered by Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Sony has brought to the market a variety of appealing Xperia devices this year, with the same Android 4.0 ICS platform on board, and with a promise of Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean upgrade attached to it, and the concept phone falls in line with them as well.
At the same time, the handset was designed with a 4.3-inch TFT screen on the front, which might appear small to some, but which is capable of delivering a Full HD resolution, the designer notes.
On the back, the phone sports a 14-megapixel photo snapper with support for full HD video recording, with Exmor RS sensor and 16x digital zoom, complemented by a 2MP front camera for making video calls.
Additionally, the device is said to be only 8.6mm-thick, while being powered by a Li-Ion 2500 mAh battery and packing 32 GB of internal memory and a microSD memory card slot to expand it by up to 64GB.
Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, NFC capabilities, xLOUD audio and 10 finger multitouch are other features that this Xperia X sports. Unfortunately, it is only a concept device for the time being, though it might actually become an official product in the not too distant future.