No, really, Sony has yet another Android-powered smartphone in the works. Aside from the half dozen models it already launched this year, and a few more that it will almost certainly announce on August 29 at a pre-IFA event, there’s now this LT25 that we haven’t heard about before.
Judging by its model number, the LT25 should stand in Sony’s portfolio right below the Xperia S (which is LT26). The LT25 has the codename Tsubasa, continuing the tradition of Sony assigning Japanese-sounding codenames to its upcoming devices.
The Tsubasa is planned to have quite a few versions for a seemingly global rollout. There will be the LT25c tailor-made for China Telecom, the SO-01E for NTT Docomo and the SOL21 for KDDI in Japan, the LT25i – an international LTE version, as well as the LT25h – international HSPA+ version.
According to information surfaced via benchmarks that the Tsubasa purportedly ran (seen in the images above), it should have a 720p HD touchscreen with on-screen Android navigation keys, and a dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.
Who knows, maybe the Tsubasa will also get unveiled at the end of this month. Let’s wait and see.
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