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Sony LT30 Specs Revealed by Bluetooth Approval

A new phone called the Sony LT30 has just gotten a Bluetooth certification. The approval document, however, reveals more than this connectivity feature. Published at the Bluetooth Special Interest Group website, the document divulged some specifications regarding the phone. Among these is what Sony calls an ARC design that comes with a metal rear casing.

For its hardware, this Sony LT30 phone will be equipped with a 4.6-inch display with a resolution of 1280 by 720. This display will have BRAVIA SW IQI and support for 16 million colors. As for its camera, Sony will be offering a rear-facing one with a 13-megapixel sensor, and a front-facing one capable of 720p quality images. The phone’s dimensions will be quite slim at 68 x 129 x 9 millimeters and will tip the scale at around 140 grams. One of its primary features will be the ability to record in high-quality stereo that will compliment its video recording capability.

Some time earlier, leaks from a user agent profile suggested that this same device will come with a Snapdragon S4 processor as well as a screen that suppors 720p video playback. Moreover, it had been speculated that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich would be its operating system. The Bluetooth certification, however, makes no mention of the processor or of the OS. No images of the device are available, as well, at the moment.

The Sony LT30 is deemed to be targeted at the high-end market segment, and will be made available in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia according to the Bluetooth certification. If Sony does push through with its launch, this device would join the growing list of Sony’s handset lineup for this year. Already, the list includes the Xperia Go, Xperia Neo L, Xperia P, Xperia Acro S, Xperia Ion, and Xperia miro, among others.

Sony, for its part, has not mentioned anything about the Sony LT30, but these new bits of information strengthen the circulating rumors about the existence of the device.

Via: Talk Android

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