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Tuesday, 13 March 2012 10:42

Sony’s new Xperia Sola leaked in Japan

Written by Fudzilla staff



Sleek mid-range 3.7-incher


Sony seems bent to complete its next generation Xperia lineup in April and the latest addition comes in the form of the MT27i Pepper.

A render of the new phone surfaced on a Japanses blog and it looks like a pretty elegant little thing. Basically it looks like the lovechild of the Xperia S and Nokia’s Lumia 800.

sony-xperia-pepper

It features a 3.7-inch 854x480 screen, 8GB of storage, NFC and a 1GHz dual-core processor, so we are basically looking at a compact mid-range phone that could replace the old Xperia Neo. Gingerbread is the OS of choice, but an ICS update will appear soon.

More here. (Japanese)

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