Finally after lots of speculations and rumors, leaving out one of the most anticipated smartphone enthusiasts, Sony Xperia Mint LT30p though still in prototype version whose changes might still affect the design and the software. The first analysis on design, it seems that Sony wanted to distance himself somewhat from the NXT series but also by the new Xperia GX, with an essential front in some ways reminiscent of the good old HTC HD2 with a downward filings also glimpsed on the new Xperia Type while the rear shell matte plastic is very reminiscent of the Sony Xperia x 10.
Particular attention also to the weight that is much lighter than the Sony Xperia’s and smaller, to the benefit of simpler use one-handed favoured also by the positions of the buttons all located on the right side of the Terminal (Power and volume rocker). With regard to the various entrances and doors available there is a microUSB and microSD slot, microSIM, 3, 5 mm jack for headphones in the upper part of the body and finally the absence of physical keys Android-style Ice Cream Sandwich/Jelly Bean.
The camera is controlled by a sensor from 13 Mpxl located at the back and flanked by a small LED flash, the size doesn’t seem to be particularly cumbersome as we can see Adding the device to a Samsung Galaxy S3, Sony has managed to stay within acceptable measures and indeed even below the competitor.
Interesting news for the software part, thanks to the “Small apps” feature you can place certain widgets (Calculator, voice recorder etc …) the one in front of the other at the top of the homescreen, quickly and always at hand. Below are for complete specifications of Xperia Mint.
4.6-inch HD Display (1280 × 720) with virtual buttons on the screen.
S4 Snapdragon processor dual-core 1.5 Ghz MSM8960 to.
1 GB RAM.
16 GB of internal memory expandable via microSD.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
13 Mpxl camera with 1080p video recording.
Front-facing camera HD.
Exit MHL, NFC and full connectivity.