Sony LT30 device leaks via Bluetooth certification

06 July, 2012 | Comments (46) | Post your comment

Tags: Sony, Android, Rumors

An unknown Sony device, codenamed the LT30, has shown up on the official Bluetooth certification page.

While there are unfortunately no known images of the device as of yet, the specs listed are quite impressive, perhaps even flagship-esque.

The device is set to feature a 13MP rear camera capable of recording at 1080p, accompanied by a 720p-capable front-facer. The display measures 4.6 inches has a 720p resolution with support for the mobile Bravia engine.

The device is set to feature a metal back cover, and measures 68 x 129 x 9 mm, with a weight of roughly 140g. There's no info in regards to connectivity features besides the fact that it will support MHL output, and have stereo recording capabilities.

Thanks, Kohoon!





Sony LT30 device leaks via Bluetooth certification - reader comments

  • Chapperz

I get what he means. Samsung = GALAXY branding. Galaxy, Then Galaxy S, Then Galaxy S2, Then Galaxy S3. Flagship model uses the same branding. Apple = iPhone. followed by numbers on each release (and an s). HTC = Keep messing around with their f...

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  • 2012-07-13 16:17
  • mXbF
  • maiaramdan

but the GX is Dual core not Quad core

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  • 2012-07-10 20:33
  • jtQ0
  • Anonymous

Welcom back to the old Veteran Sony. Happy to see you as worrior in smart phone.

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  • 2012-07-09 06:51
  • PBRh