Sony Xperia N Concept Phone Features an 18MP Camera

It also sports a 2GHz quad-core processor inside, 2GB of RAM

By on January 30th, 2013 21:31 GMT

Although Sony has already unveiled to the world its first Android smartphone that packs a full HD screen, enthusiasts are always looking for more, it seems.

Ben Ling is one of these enthusiasts, and the Xperia N concept phone that can be seen in the photos attached to this article (via concept-phones) is meant to prove this.

The device features the same 5-inch screen as the Xperia Z, but is a Full HD TFT that hides a quad-core 2 GHz Krait 400 processor beneath (one of the newly announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPUs that were made official only recently).

The device also comes with a high-quality 18-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with LED flash and support for full HD video recording, with an Exmor RS sensor.

Furthermore, the device was imagined with a 2-megapixel camera on the front, also capable of full HD video, a great option for those who would like to use their handset for making video calls while on the go.

The specs list of the concept phone also includes 2GB of RAM, 4G LTE connectivity, 32GB of internal memory, and Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean platform loaded on top.

Additionally, it will sport Mobile Bravia Engine 2 and xLOUD Experience, along with a Li-Ion 3100 mAh battery inside, and NFC connectivity options.

The outer design of the device also suffered some changes when compared to that of Xperia Z, as it shows a new layer around the main frame of the device.

For the time being, however, the Xperia N is only a concept device, and it might never arrive on shelves as a commercial product, especially since it was created by a third-party designer.

However, given its resemblance with the Xperia Z, it would not come too much as a surprise if Sony did release a handset that looks similar with it, while also packing around the same hardware specs.
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