I’m sure most are aware that Sony is gearing up to unveil new gear including a new flagship smartphone called the Sony LT30p Mint, and we have already seen a specs list on the smartphone, and now the Sony LT30p Mint has been given a first look including an abundance of photos.
The new of the first look at the Sony LT30p Mint comes our way courtesy of Phone Arena and by way of Mobile Review who got hold of the Android handset and posted quite long written preview of the device with quite a few images, some of which we have for you below.
Mobile Review even have a size comparison between the Sony LT30p Mint and the popular Samsung Galaxy S3, which basically shows that the Sony handset is a bit smaller that Samsung’s beast of a smartphone, and lacks any physical navigation buttons to its front.
Apparently, just like the Sony Xperia P, the Sony LT30p Mint will utilise WhiteMagic display technology, but this time round on a 4.3-inch display with HD resolution, although apparently the colour representation is a tad bad with black colours always having a white hue, but it does have almost 100 nits brightness so should be great for outdoor usage.
According to the Phone Arena guys the the Sony LT30p Mint takes its design cues from the Sony Xperia GX but with less curved sides, and looks to sport a unibody design along with a non removable battery.
The Sony LT30p Mint sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor along with 1GB RAM, Adreno 225 GPU and runs the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, along with a 13 megapixel camera with LED flash, 802.11 WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB, and microSD expansion.
Any of our readers hoping to snap up the Sony LT30p Mint once the smartphone makes its way out into the mobile space?