Sony's interchangeable lens for Android and iOS leaked in promo shots along with Sony Honami

Sony is not only going to announce Sony Honami on September 4th at IFA 2013, but according to some new reports, Sony is also going to announce their first interchangeable lens for Android and iOS during the event. Dubbed as Sony Lens Cameras, these lens-cameras can be attached to any smartphone or tablet and can be controlled via WiFi or NFC. The below image shows Sony's upcoming Lens Cameras, the DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100.

Sony Lens Camera

The images were leaked by SonyAlphaRumours, and according to them, these lens-cameras will come with a built-in sensor, Bionz image processor, WiFi and NFC connectivity, and a microSD slot. The lenses can be magnetically attached to the smartphone or tablets and can be controlled easily using the device.

The larger lens is the DSC-QX100 and is said to come with RX100MII sensor and ZEISS glass along with 1-inch sensor, which is the same used in Nikon 1. Whereas the smaller lens, the DSC-QX10 is said to come with 10x zoom lens with a 1/2, 3-inch 18MP CMOS sensor.

Sony Lens CameraSony Lens Camera

In related, the last image, which you can view above, shows the Sony Lens Camera along with Sony Honami. The image carries Sony Honami with Sony DSC-QX100 attached on its back. You can view the cropped version of that image below.

Sony Lens Camera