Sony Xperia Bravia Concept Phone Promises a 5’’ Impressive Screen

Sony's 2013 flagship handset might sport similar looks and specs

Next year, Sony Mobile is set to bring to the market a device that will easily compete against market giants such as Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone, yet no official info on these devices has emerged for the time being.

Courtesy of a series of leaked details on them, however, we have learned that at least one of them might pack a 5-inch or larger touchscreen display, most probably capable of delivering a full HD resolution.

One Sony enthusiast, Frank Tobias, has already come up with a concept device that sports such a great touchscreen, called Sony Xperia Bravia.

The concept handset was conceived with a 5-inch panel on the front, one that might easily make it inside the aforementioned Sony flagship handset codenamed Yuga.

The same as the screen of other Xperia devices, the 5-inch Reality-Display on this concept device would be powered by the Mobile Bravia Engine, while being capable of delivering a 1280 x 720 pixel at 342 ppi resolution.

Clearly, a higher resolution display would still fit the bill, especially since various handset vendors out there have already announced plans to launch devices with such high-end panels on the front.

We can assume that the Xperia Bravia concept phone is powered by a quad-core processor, complemented by 2GB of RAM and at least 32GB of internal memory.

One thing that is certain is that the designer thought of his product as packing a 12.1-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with double led-flash, support for full HD video recording and with all the features and capabilities any high-end camera on an Xperia smartphone would have to deliver.

This concept phone certainly sports the looks, performance and functionality that users would like to see packed inside Sony’s 2013 flagship handsets, and we’re left wondering whether the company will indeed release them with similar specs or not.


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