Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Sony Nypon: the first Android without Ericsson

 
The recent announcement of the acquisition by Sony Ericsson is starting to produce its first fruit, even if, as is well known to insiders, the acquisition will be complete mid-year that has just started. Some images come from the network, and various rumors, discussing a new smartphone. The new device in question should be the Sony LT22, also known as Sony Nypon, And may represent a point of reference for the design of all future smartphone of Xperia range.

The design of the terminal is special, especially on edges, Which follows the lines already seen in tablet S1, S2 of Sony. According to our information, the phone will have a aluminum back cover and, like the Nozomi, a LED light strip on the bottom that illuminates the outline of the body, with three soft-touch keys. Under the body there is a hardware line with the current high-end Android.
 

The operating system is likely to initially be Android Gingerbread and then spend the last born at Google, or Ice Cream Sandwich. The display should be a multi-touch capacitive with a diagonal of, 4-inch and resolution qHD of 960 x 540 pixels. The processor, which will direct the operations of various devices, in all likelihood will be a ST-Ericsson NovaThor dual-core 1 GHz with a graphics card type Mali 400, The same present on the current Samsung Galaxy S II. The RAM will be 512MB and the 16 GB of storage. This device, moreover, also a camera with a Exmor R sensor 8-megapixel. In all probability, the smartphone will be presented at the next CES in Las Vegas, scheduled for this month.
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