Sony has already released several Android smart phones this year, but that’s clearly not enough to stop them from launching another one. The Sony LT25 was certainly unheard of up until a few weeks ago when a news article appeared about it.
Codenamed “Tsubasa”, the Sony LT25 was initially thought to be exclusively for sale in China, but it seems that the company wants this smart phone to be a global handset. Benchmarks have already listed several adaptations to Sony’s LT25 Tsubasa like the LT25c for China Telecom, SOL21 for Japan’s KDDI and the LT25i and LT25h for the HSPA+ and LTE markets.
According to several reports gathered about the Tsubasa, it’s said to have a resolution of 1280×720. But there are indications that it’s only 1,196, as the rest of the pixels will be used for the software buttons. It’s powered by an Android 4.0.4 OS and will have a dual core 1.5 Ghz version of the Qualcomm S4 chip, the same processor that’s used in the HTC One X and Galaxy S3.
There’s no clear release date for the Sony LT25 Tsubasa. However, the IFA 2012 in Berlin is fast approaching and with Sony having an event there on the 29th of August, many are thinking this would be the perfect time for the company to introduce the LT25 Tsubasa to the public.