by Bams Sadewo, 1 year ago
After struggling for much of last year in satiating the public’s growing hunger for bigger, better, and faster Android devices, a reenergized Sony Mobile is hoping to turn things around in 2012 with its new…
Sony appears to be quietly getting its own future flagship ready. The Xperia GX, also known as the LT29i or the Hayabusa, will be made available sometime in Q3 2012 and will come with a smaller “sibling” as well, the Xperia SX.
Weighing in” at around 2.5 MB in size, the below pics taken with the 13 MP rear-facing camera are surely not impressive in clarity and showing off details in far or dark areas, but then again the environment looks pretty low light.
Two short clips popped up on YouTube shortly after the photos were showcased and they come with a claim to have been recorded with the GX and SX.
As for specs and features, we know that the GX will be powered by a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and will feature a 4.6-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution, 1 GB of RAM, dual 13/1.3 MP cameras, 4G LTE connectivity and the running of Android ICS.
The Xperia SX will be a scaled-down version of the GX and will display a 3.7-inch screen with a 960 x 540 pixels resolution. Set to be the world’s lightest LTE phone, the SX will run the same software and will feature the same processor and RAM as its bigger brother, but will only come with an 8 MP rear-facing shooter.
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