Android 5.0.0. Key Lime Pie running on Sony LT30i apparently spotted in NenaMark benchmarks
Android 4.2 was made official only a few weeks ago, and it’s running officially only on a handful of Nexus-branded devices, so it’s definitely too early to talk about Google’s future Android version, which could very well be Android 5.0.0 that could be known to the world as Key Lime Pie.
But a wild Monday rumor tells us that there might be a device out there already running the new Android version. Obviously we’ll take everything with a huge grain of salt for now, so let’s look at what the report says.
The Android device in question that’s running Android 5.0.0 in the NenaMark benchmark test above is apparently a Sony LT30i that’s equipped with a 720p HD display (1280 x 720 resolution,) 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 processor and a Qualcomm Adreno 220 GPU.
For what it’s worth, the Sony Xperia T, the company’s current flagship handset, or the James Bond phone, is also known as model number LT30p, but depending on who you ask or what you search for online, you’ll find the Xperia T referred to as the LT30i as well, especially in rumors that preceded the official announcement of the Bond phone.
So in case the leak is legit, is the benchmark in the screenshot above actually showing us a Sony Xperia T version running Key Lime Pie? When it comes to specs and features Xperia T LT30p features a 720p HD display, 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260A SoC and Qualcomm Adreno 225 GPU.
We’ll definitely be back with more news on this Key Lime Pie leak as soon as we have them.