With the Sony Xperia SL popping-up on the radar once again not long ago, we’ve already expressed our feelings concerning the manufacturer’s 2012 line-up. On short, although the SL seems like a nice addition to the Xperia family, fact of the matter is, the Xperia S which was supposed to be the manufacturer’s flagship phone at one point, managed to fall a bit short when compared to its key competitors, at least when it came to hardware specifications.
Despite all that, Sony continues to work on new devices and when we first got word of the Sony Hayabusa, also known as the Xperia GX in Japan, we started to think that the Xperia family might get a worthy member that can compete against the big boys. That being said, the Sony LT30 “Mint” showed up on our radars some time ago, a device similar to the GX, only smaller. Now the Mint surfaces once again. Join us after the break for details.
Sony Xperia T Specs
According to the latest rumors it seems that the Sony LT30 “Mint” will actually be known as the “Sony Xperia T” which really makes sense because Sony “letters” some of their Xperia handsets according to their hardware specifications.
That being said, the Xpeira T will be better than the ongoing S and that makes it the company’s upcoming flagship phone. As far as specifications go the Xperia T is expected to have a 4.3 inches screen with a resolution of 720 X 1280 and 324 ppi pixel density, a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage expandable via microSD / microSDHC, a 13 MP shooter on the back, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box and on-screen ICS-specific buttons.
Sony Xperia T Release Date
As far as the release date goes there’s little to be said because there’s little known at this point. Nevertheless, with the IFA event in Berlin being set for later this month, and with Sony being one of the many companies present at this event, we’re expecting and hoping that the Xperia T will be fully revealed then, with specs, price, release date and all that good stuff.
Well, that’s pretty much it for now so stay tuned as we’ll keep you posted as soon as we’ll get more info.
Thanks Android Central for the heads-up regarding the Sony Xperia T.