New Sony Z1 high quality photos hit the web

We’ve seen a number of previous leaks surrounding Sony’s upcoming Honami handset but the images that have leaked today are by the far the highest quality yet. The Xperia Z1, known for a very long time as the Honami, is Sony’s new Android flagship device that's expected to blow the competition out of the water in terms of specs and design.

As with previous leaks, these come from a Chinese source and the show the new device in all its glory. As for tech specs the Z1 is expected to launch with a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, a 5-inch display, 2GB RAM and a very impressive 20 Mpx camera. If dreams come true this device will launch on September 4th at IFA in Berlin.

There's no any new info here so we'll just get out of your way and let you enjoy the gallery below.

Source: 365dian | Images via XperiaBlog

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why does neowin fail to mention that the sensor is much much smaller than originally thought of which means the image quality will suffer considerably....for a phone that was supposed to be ALL about image quality.

seems the lumia 1020 will pretty much rule 2013 having defeated both the Honami, and galaxy zoom as the best camera on any phone.
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/nokia/

1blogger said,
Hear no evil, see no evil..

Android malware makes up 79 percent of total threats, warns US Department of Homeland Security

http://www.v3.co.uk/v3-uk/news...rtment-of-homeland-security

Yea, and 80 percent of the market is Android.

Its funny that people rag on Android left and right about malware, when Windows is packed full of it...and people get a crap ton more malware installed on their PCs than any Android device.

And hear no evil see no evil? I hear the evil, I just am not scared by it. If I was, I would never use another Windows desktop OS again.

techbeck said,
Another malware android comment. I have yet to see any and do not know anyone who has seen any either.

I don't personally know anyone that has died in a car accident, so I'm going to stop wearing my seat belt.

Lord Method Man said,

I don't personally know anyone that has died in a car accident, so I'm going to stop wearing my seat belt.

Yea, like that is a valid comparison.

I really hope all these people giving android a hard time about malware do not use a Windows OS.

techbeck said,

Yea, like that is a valid comparison.

I really hope all these people giving android a hard time about malware do not use a Windows OS.

I do. I just enjoy throwing the "80% malware blah blah blah" FUD back into the faces of people who bashed Windows for years because of it now that their beloved Android has the same problem.

It's BS, but it was BS for Windows too so I'm going to have fun with it

Lord Method Man said,

I do. I just enjoy throwing the "80% malware blah blah blah" FUD back into the faces of people who bashed Windows for years because of it now that their beloved Android has the same problem.

It's BS, but it was BS for Windows too so I'm going to have fun with it

But yet you are attempting to throw it back in my face by replying to my comment...which I have never complained about malware on Windows. Malware goes with that territory.

techbeck said,

Yea, and 80 percent of the market is Android.

Its funny that people rag on Android left and right about malware, when Windows is packed full of it...and people get a crap ton more malware installed on their PCs than any Android device.

And hear no evil see no evil? I hear the evil, I just am not scared by it. If I was, I would never use another Windows desktop OS again.

Hates windows malware....buys android lol. oh boy.

Am I the only one that things this looks exactly like the previous one? And the specs are just the same as any other new android phone except for the camera.

Renvy said,
Am I the only one that things this looks exactly like the previous one? And the specs are just the same as any other new android phone except for the camera.

It may look like any other Sony Xperias, but Snapdragon 800 and waterproof, metal body is not common for an Android flagship

The snapdragon 800 is already announced/rumoured in the lg g2, Oppo N1,Xiaomi Mi3 and probably the nexus 5 and the Galaxy Note 3. The Galaxy S4 is getting an upgrade to the snapdragon 800.

If you compare it to current smartphones then yes it is impressive. If you compare it upcoming new phones, it's not.

Oh and where did you read it's waterproof?

All new flagship devices of sony are waterproof including this one, whyere do you think those rubber flaps are for and the weird charging port