Sony is known for releasing two flagships a year, one at the very beginning and another one in the third quarter. That was Sony’s last-year game (the first flagship was the Xperia S, followed by Xperia T), and the Japanese OEM will probably play along this year too. The late Sony flagships (yes, there are two of them!) have just leaked aliased as Honami C670X and Togari C780X.
The Sony Togari could be Sony’s first step into the phablet market. It’s not an unknown device, as we have encountered its name along with some details not to long ago. It sports a 6.44-inch 1080p display of 342ppi and a design similar to the Xperia Z, which translated means a beautiful full-glass body. The rest of the specs is still mystery though. Sony could launch the Togari in Japan as soon as July.
Sony Honami is the successor of the Xperia Z and ZL, featuring a 4.8-inch 1080p display, 16MP or 20MP Sony Cyber-Shot camera sensor, 2,3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor with Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB RAM and a battery of large capacity. The Honami will make a debut in July in China on Unicom, followed by a global release in late Q3 2013.
Both of the devices are water and dust resistant and run on Android 4.2 Jellybean. Again, this information isn’t confirmed, so take it with the usual dose of salt. We really hope this devices turn out to be real.