The upcoming Sony Xperia LT30 (codenamed Mint) has been spotted on a benchmark site as well as in three different UAProf (user agent profile) files. It appears that three variants will be available: the LT30at for AT&T, the LT30a for other North American carriers, and the LT30p. It’s the first time that Sony Mobile has used the ‘p’ designation and it is not clear which regions it could land in. Surprisingly, the usual international variant designated by ‘i’ was not found.
The AnTuTu benchmark reveals that the LT30p was powered by a processor running at a possibly underclocked 1GHz and Google Android 4.0.4. Its corresponding UAProf shows that it will come with a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 and a display offering an HD (1280×720) resolution.
A picture allegedly taken with the LT30p also surfaced on Picasa but has since been removed. Based on the EXIF data, the picture was taken on June 3rd in Finland.
Earlier rumours suggested that Sony Mobile would launch four new Xperia models, part of its second generation NXT lineup, this summer. Maybe the LT30 in all its variants is among those.
The Sony Xperia Mint was first spotted on a leaked 2012 Sony Mobile roadmap back in January. Based on the rumoured price alone, it appears to be a new flagship device (the Xperia Z perhaps?)
Read more: UAProf files (at, a, p) (Source: Xperia Blog)