In an effort to make all of us in the tech world drool, Sony posted two images today to its Twitter feed that tease its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Honami. These are the first official photos of the handset and they depict a rather beautiful machined aluminum power button standing quite proud of the device's surface.
The big news is not the power button, however, but the second image that depicts the Honami being submerged deep in a bath of water. This leads us to believe that, much like Samsung's Galaxy Active, the Honami will be waterproof. For those interested, the Honami will feature a five-inch full HD display, a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, and a 21-megapixel camera. 2GB of RAM will be on hand to keep things running nice and smooth, while it microSD card slot and a 3000mAh battery round out the flagship phones features.