Earlier this month we’ve seen a new yet to be announced Sony Xperia flagship smartphone goes through FCC. Rumoured specs suggested a dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, a 4.6 inch HD display and is LTE capable. Today, Mobile-Review got their hands on the Xperia LT30p Mint and took a lot of shots of the device and interface. Their opinion is that with this device Sony finally managed to keep up with the rest of the market and offer a truly attractive device.
A detailed look shows the Xperia Mint having a 4.3″ display of 1280×720 pixels resolution, powered by a Qualcomm MSM8960 dual-core Krait CPU with 1GB of RAM. There is 16GB internal storage, expandable via microSD card slot, a 13 MP rear camera and a HD front-facing image sensor. The design is not much different from what Sony currently has to offer. It is smaller and lighter than the Xperia S and it can be used with just one hand. The software on the Xperia Mint is Android ICS, with Sony’s custom UI on top. We can’t figure out why they didn’t choose Jelly Bean but remember it’s not the final product yet. The Mint is expected to be launched by September, at a retail price of €560. Follow the link to the source for a more in-depth look.