Here’s a minty fresh update on the Sony Xperia LT30. The handset, codenamed Mint, recently turned up at DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) website for the obligatory certification procedure. More than just confirming that the LT30 and its features meet the standard of the organization, we now know better of the phone’s commercial name. Let’s welcome to the Android stage the Sony Xperia T.
The Sony Xperia T is quite a leap in design for the Xperia line, as it comes with a more industrial look. It’s certainly something that wouldn’t be out of place in a board room.
Specs-wise, the Xperia T boasts the same top of the pack processor as its other high-end offering, a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, which powers the phone’s 4.6-inch display. It’s also expected to have a 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 13MP rear camera and front-facing camera.
Trying to crack Sony’s single-letter naming convention is proven to be rather impossible, since the alphabet seems to be assigned randomly. So we’re not going to dwell on that. What we do hope to see from the upcoming high-end Xperia phones is for them to have Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This would really send a shockwave of excitement to customers and shake up the competition a bit. But no, that’s probably not going to happen.