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Sony Honami Smartphone Spotted At FCC

Another new smartphone from Sony, codenamed Honami, has been spotted at the FCC. The filling was submitted for approval on July 23. The handset has passed through the FCC, with the documents showing the Honami codename littered throughout. There was also a confidentiality request to be effective through September 30, 2013. According to the leaked shots, Sony Honami is likely to arrive before the end of the third quarter.


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The FCC filing shows Honami comes with GSM, UMTS, LTE, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth(EDR and Bluetooth 4.0), and a Wi-Fi Hotspot function with Auto RF Power back-Off and RFID mode capabilities. The filing hide all the internal and external photos, but a software version named “s_atp_honami_1_25_1” was found, which makes it obvious what device we’re looking at. See some shots of the FCC filing below.

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Source: FCC, Engadget

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