140x69x9.4mm , 135g of weight
5" FHD IPS+ LED backlit TFT screen
Mobile Bravia Engine 2
White Magic technology
Floating touch screen.
1080x1920 resolution, 441ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 2
1.7 GHz Quad Core Krait CPU
APQ8064 snapdragon S4 pro chipset
Adreno 320 GPU
2GB RAM, 32GB internal memory
micro SD card up to 64GB
13MP Exmor RS lens
2160p@30fps and 1080p@60fps HDR video recording, LED video recording light+ Xenon flash for images
2MP front camera, 720p video recoding
LTE , HSUPA ,EDGE
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, USB on the go , HDMI via MHL
Android 4.2 jelly bean out of box, xLoud for speakers, multi window option (split screen)
3200mAh Li-ion user removable battery, colors - black,white,pink,gold(back covers)
price - 560$ (out of contract)
What are the key factors we should think of when buying a high-end smartphone? i personally want to have a good battery life with a removable battery, a crisp screen with good viewing angles, and a big storage. I'm not a heavy gamer so i really don't care about super fast multi core CPUs and GPUs. but the Concept meets all the needs for a heavy user. I have added a 3200mAh Li-ion battery so users can rock with this beast for more than a day.
Xenon flashers were disappeared along with Cybershot lenses,it was a horrible news for the Sony fans and i have added the feature back with xperia Yuga. If we talk about the screen, i don't think there will be a screen at the moment to beat the display in concept, with improved Bravia engine 2 and Whitemagic display user can experience the best screen quality. I don't think 1080p screens look better than 720p because, human eye can differentiate up to 320ppi, but it's competition in the market so better go for 1080p or Sony will lost some profits.
Feel free to leave your thoughts about the concept as a comment below.