Yudhaeth, 27 Jun 2012i'm curious what the "DS" stands for Tapiocaits dual sim dude
derek, 20 Jan 2012sony should also concentrate on basic handsets You are right. Sony should also make low-end strong and compact phones. If we need one today we have to decide between nokia, samsung or LG.
Tapioca is a brasilian name, it is a kind of candy, very popular and very cheap, it should be a phone entry level, judging by price e codename.
Yudhaeth, 18 Jan 2012i'm curious what the "DS" stands for TapiocaProbably Dual Sim
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2012My guess: Hayabusa - LTE phone for Japanese Docomo. Probably Xperia ION-base. Mint_i - ... morehayabusa is world edition! did you read that the report is leaked from India! and here in India we dont have carriers, all buy unlocked phones.
The affordable Sony ST21i Tapioca is said to use 800MHz cpu packs 512MB of RAM and 4GB of ROM and possibly microSD card slot for memory expansion up to 32GB, 3.2 inches screen with 320x480 resolution.
Tapioca DS.? Dual sim? Dual screen? Dual shock?
I really hope Sony makes the next Nexus device...
Sony Xperia Nexus sounds a lot better than Samsung Galaxy Nexus S or whatever they're going to name it...
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2012Did you read the article before posting?No, i didnt read it properly thats y i ask a stupid question ==* happy?
Eagerly waiting for the Novathor + Whitemagic based flagships to be announced later this year.
It'll be quite something to look forward to =)
BTW, photo leaks from the Nypon can be found somewhere online now if you look hard enough ;)
Hint: Look up its codename @ Picasa
Sony is likely to announce 2 mid-range phones to accompany Xperia S as the flagship at MWC.
The high-end phones in the second half of the year will be announced later(Summer).
It's common marketing sense, Sony won't want people to think they are not buying the best phone available.
Turtle, 18 Jan 2012Is there xperia S in it and if there is xperia S which one? O.ODid you read the article before posting?