Sony to debut smaller Honami smartphone

Smaller versions of the most popular smartphones have become ubiquitous these days with major manufacturers offering such devices to people who do not want to spend a ton of money on the full-sized versions. Of course in most cases the smaller smartphones come with less powerful hardware but despite this they are quite popular and numerous – Samsung has the Mini versions, while HTC prepares the One Mini.

It appears Sony will soon follow suit with a mini version of the yet unannounced flagship Honami. The unusual thing is that the smaller Honami will come with the same processor found in the full-sized Sony smartphone – the powerful Snapdragon 800 processor. In addition the smaller Honami will sport a display that will range between 4.0 – 4.3 inches.

Of course the information is unofficial so take it with a grain of salt.

Source: Ubergizmo

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