Shots of the Sony Ericsson MT27i has emerged online, giving smartfans a first glimpse of what could be the spiritual successor to the Xperia neo V.
Codenamed ‘Pepper’, the hitherto unseen kit doesn’t look a great deal like the neo V thanks to a flatter, squarer design, but falls in the same category in terms of screen real estate and camera at least, with a 3.7-inch (480 x 854) display and a five-megapixel snapper (with 720p HD video recording, we’re told).
On the other hand, it doubles the processing brawn of its predecessor courtesy of a 1GHz dual core chipset and packs twice as much RAM, too. Graphics have also been upped slightly with an Adreno 225 GPU. And unlike the neo V, there is 16GB of internal storage, but no microSD slot to expand that any further.
It’s as yet unclear when the handset will be officially unveiled but if the stars align in time, it might happen this week at the CES 2012 expo in Las Vegas, where the London-based phone-maker is also expected to unveil its next flagship kit – the Nozomi ‘Xperia HD’. Rest assured, we’ll bring you more gen as soon as we have it.
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