Sony preparing a mini version of Xperia Z1?

Sony preparing a mini version of Xperia Z1?

At the IFA, Sony officially announced their new flagship smartphone known as the Xperia Z1- a beautiful device with powerful features. Now it seems Sony is also working on a mini version of it because an image was leaked in which the Z1 is posing alongside the ‘mini-version’. Have a look:

Sony-Honami-mini-640x426It doesn’t look bad in purple, right? It is rumored that it will feature¬†a Snapdragon 800 processor,¬†4.3-inch 720p display, 2GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, 20.7MP CMOS with G Lens; same camera we saw on the Z1. The phone will be officially released at the CES 2014, reports the source. However, there’s a lot of possibility the picture is fake, but in past, Sony had launched devices to support the successor, like the Xperia ZR and Xperia M were launched after Xperia Z, so lets take it with a grain of salt.

Do you think Sony is making a small version of the Xperia Z1? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

VIA: XperiaBlog

About author

Asad Rafi
Asad Rafi 725 posts

Back in 2011, Asad started as an intern at AndroidGuys, and today he is one of the youngest and active members of the team. He's writing about Android from almost 4 years, and when he is not doing that, he is either watching Suits, Breaking Bad, watching a Manchester United game, or just studying..

You might also like

News and Rumors

34 Weeks of OHA: #8

Open Handset Alliance Member Profiles (Week #8 – Google) For 34 weeks, each Tuesday, Jordan from will be joining us to offer a profile of each of the 34

News and Rumors

LG G2 camera inspired by Lizzy, the chicken

So you want to see what optical image stabilization does to your videos, eh? Check out LG’s new YouTube clip which shows where the inspiration came from and how it

News and Rumors

Comparison: Sony Odin, Sony Yuga, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S III – benchmark showdown

In the ever-changing world of Android devices, the blogosphere is always looking to lets the world know which devices are worth their time – and their money. Now, we’ve got


Leave a Reply