New leaked images reportedly showcase the photo filter capabilites of Sony's next smartphone. 

Hot on the heels of its Xperia Z Ultra announcement, Sony is expected to launch yet an even more impressive superphone. Reportedly called "Honami," the smartphone is rumored to have everything from a 20-megapixel camera to a Snapdragon 800 processor. 

Bloggers got a hold of Honami's camera software and successfully ported it out to run on Xperia devices. The tweaked camera interface for Android devices offers a time shift option that allows users to choose the best out of a 15-photo burst of photos, filters with live preview, and a feature similar to Nokia's City Lens that gives users information about the landmarks around them.

Here are a few screenshots from Xperiablog.net:

The new camera interface for Honami has a few different shooting modes: auto, manual, time shift, filters, AR-effect for pseudo-virtual reality scenes, info-eye for live information and panorama.
Time Shift mode takes a series of photos and lets the user pick the best one afterwards.
While not exactly ideal for serious photographers, AR-effect mode can place your desk in the Jurassic era.
Info-eye mode will help you make sense of the world around you — whether you need to identify landmarks or read QR codes.