A new, hitherto unseen Sony smartphone has cropped up on the official Bluetooth certification site, revealing some very impressive specs for what looks to be the phone-maker’s next flagship effort.
So far only known as the LT30, the handset’s details have since been censored on the site, though not before the good folk at GSM Arena managed to get the skinny.
Highlights include a 13-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, teamed with a 4.6-inch 720p display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine support that’s become a regular fixture on Sony’s Xperia range.
There’s also a 720p HD front-facing cam, plus support for MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) output and stereo audio recording.
All of that is crammed into the reasonably compact dimensions of 68mm (W) x 129mm (H) x 9mm (D). And it weighs a respectable 140 grams. However, what it looks like is anybody’s guess right now, as a photo wasn’t available.
Sadly not much else is known about the phone, particularly what sort of the processor it might pack. But given the rapid surge of quad core smarties, we’d like to think the LT30 will be equipped with comparable brawn.
We’ll let you know when we have more to share. So stay tuned.