Potential Sony Xperia Chaos Android 5.0 Jelly Bean

The mobile phone world is changing all the time with new hardware and software constantly being released or in the pipeline. Today we have news of a potential device called the Sony Xperia Chaos that would eventually get some Android 5.0 Jelly Bean love.

We often see concept ideas for smartphones here on Phones Review, and today we have news of another one for you via Concept Phones. The latest concept idea is from Bob Freking and is a potential future device from Sony that is called the Xperia Chaos. The device would use a quad core processor using a 2.5 GHz Krait chipset with 1GB of RAM, and would initially be running Android Ice Cream Sandwich but would be upgraded to Android 5.0 Jellybean.

The designer stresses that Sony normally releases its main products later than everyone else, which would mean by the time the company launched a quad core handset like this, handsets using quad core processors would be midrange models.

In the mean time Sony are still able to provide a great looking 4.3-inch HD Bravia Display 2, like the one on the Xperia Chaos, and other specifications include an Exmor R twelve megapixel camera that is based on Cybershot technology. It would be capable of 2160p HD video capture and should feature a large internal memory.

Below the display the trademark bar seems to be present, and hopefully the company will find a way to deliver such high-end technology and to integrate it nicely. The capacitive buttons that are above the transparent bar on Xperia S has been found by some to be not that responsive. The device is only a concept idea, but handset manufacturers are constantly looking at ways to tempt consumers to part with their cash as handsets get larger displays and more powerful processors.

Do you like the look of the Xperia Chaos?


5 thoughts on “Potential Sony Xperia Chaos Android 5.0 Jelly Bean”

  1. Anthony Ricci says:

    If only Sony would focus on pushing existing ideas to market, maybe they wouldn’t be late to the party all the time.  That could also speak volumes to revenue growth.

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