Ever since Sony Ericsson announced the launch of their new Xperia model, the Xperia Notomi LT26i in August, gadget lovers have been waiting to see what this much hyped Android phone will look like. The pictures of this highly anticipated device have now been leaked on the web and the phone seems to be spectacular. It is the first time in almost six months that we have heard something enticing from Sony Ericsson (after the Xperia Arc!).
It is suspected that this phone will carry a dual core processor working at 1.5 GHz and will be operated by Android Gingerbread (2.3.5). The RAM for this phone will be 1 GB. The magnificent screen of 4.3 inches is expected to sport an astounding resolution of 1280×720 pixels (only found on the Galaxy Nexus till now). The phone also comes with a front camera, though its resolution is unknown as of now.
There are two things in this device that have caught many an eyeball. The first being the latest build of Android, Gingerbread 2.3.5, especially since Sony Ericsson hasn’t been known to always ship with the latest version of Android; and the second highlight being the stunning looks. Not only does it not have any hardware buttons on the panel, but it seems to be a stunning design with a large screen and impossibly thin bezel.
On the whole, this piece seems to be quite the powerhouse when it comes to specifications, but is a clincher when we look at the beauty and aesthetics. The RAM, the processor and the operating system are top of the line and design is a throwback to the superior hardware Sony Ericsson was known for a few years ago. With such looks, it’s safe to say the device will definitely hog the limelight when it is released, just like the last beautifully designed device launched by the company did, the Xperia Arc.