This morning came the news from Japan: Sony LT29i “Hayabusa” will be marketed under the official name of Xperia GX.
Have been countless rumors about this excellent Terminal-and almost all are real, final results including name. The only negative is that the Xperia GX is reserved solely for the Japanese market, but luckily there are doubts about its nature of smartphones “global” and soon, in July, will be released in the United States and to follow in Europe (perhaps you can hazard a prediction for September).
The phone boasts of excellent features. Are among the most important: 4.6-inch HD screen Reality with mobile BRAVIA technology “,” dual core Snapdragon processor generation from S4 1.5 GHz, but especially a new camera sensor from 13MP, apparently an Exmor R “stacked” technology. This new type of sensor has lots of new goodies, including the excellent ability to capture the light even in conditions of scarcity, such as indoors or at night. To realize its full potential you can watch the video demo at the end of the post.