Sony LT22i Nypon to be known as Sony Xperia P at launch?

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Jan 302012
 

The theory that Sony could go with a single letter naming convention for some of its 2012 smartphones got another boost today. We already know that the Sony Ericsson LT26i “Nozomi” officially became the Sony Xperia S. The Sony ST25i “Kumquat” also appears set to use a single letter as its model name as the Sony Xperia U. It now looks like Sony LT22i Nypon will be known as the Sony Xperia P.

All three devices are now posted on Postel, the Indonesian Telecoms Regulatory body’s website:

Sony Xperia P?

A couple of pictures of the Sony LT22i Nypon surfaced last week. It is rumoured to be very similar to the Xperia S but with a 1GHz dual-core ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8500 chipset, a 4-inch qHD display, and an 8MP camera.

Read more: Postel (Source: Xperia Blog)

Sony ST21i ‘Tapioca’ specifications and LT22i ‘Nypon’ photos

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Jan 272012
 

A Sony smartphone roadmap leaked this week revealed at least a portion of the devices the manufacturer would bring to market in 2012. Among those was the already leaked Sony ST25i ‘Kumquat.’ Now details have emerged about the Sony ST21i ‘Tapioca’ and Sony LT22i ‘Nypon.’

The Sony Tapioca will be an entry-level smartphone with the following specifications:

  • Processor: 800MHz single-core
  • Operating system: Google Android 2.3.7
  • Cellular connectivity: WCDMA
  • Other connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • Display: 3.2-inch HVGA (320×480)
  • Input: Capacitive touchscreen
  • Memory: 512MB ROM
  • Storage: 4GB onboard
  • Rear-facing camera: 3.2MP

There are few details about the Sony LT22i Nypon but it should come with a bright 1000-nit display which should make it easier to read on sunny days. Based on price, it looks set to be a mid-tier device.

Rumoured Sony LT22i Nypon

There is no word on whether either of these will make their way to North America.

Read more: PocketDroid