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Ready for yet another Sony Ericsson "Nozomi" leak? Following on from the slew of images that worked their way onto the web in November and December, some new photos of the upcoming SE device have appeared on ITProPortal today, seemingly confirming much of what we already knew from earlier leaks.

To recap, inside the LT26i (or Nozomi, if you prefer codenames), you've apparently got a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, the same sort that powers the HTC Sensation XE, along with 1GB of RAM. Software-wise, there's Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread, skinned with a new version of SE's Xperia UI. On the outside, there's said to be a 720p Bravia Engine display, tucked inside a chassis of similar size to the Arc S, albeit a little chunkier around the back. The rear camera is said to be an impressive 12MP Sony Exmor R sensor, a step up from the 8MP camera of the Arc and Arc S. Interestingly, ITProPortal refers to the device as the Xperia HD, rather than the Xperia Arc HD, which we've heard from other sources.

For its part, Sony Ericsson has been dropping some pretty serious hints that it'll be showing off its new hotness at CES 2012 next week. So, only a few more days and we should be able to get our hands on this and other CES-bound devices on the show floor in Las Vegas. Maybe then we'll find out what's going on with that weird transparent cut-out section along the bottom of the phone.

Source: ITProPortal

 
There are 8 comments

gray21t says:

isn't 2.3.7 only for the nexus s?

So what is the LT28? Is that the newest of the ARC line?

Alex Dobie says:

Who knows what it'll be branded as, but yeah, the LT28 is a different phone, most likely with higher specs.

ChillFactorz says:

I've read on this site that the LT28at is possibly an AT&T phone and possibly named "Ion"

Looks great, but it absolutely needs ICS for any of us to take it seriously.

RaiderWill says:

Chrome Trim.

I Like It ! What a Great Time to consider an Upgrade!

Blazing~! @ 1,300 mhz on my GummyCharged Droid Charge.. Ready to Window Shop the Quad-Core Superphones of 2012 at CES !

I thought Sony was dropping the Ericsson name? Why is it taking so long, and why release products with an additional name that will no longer be a part of Sony?

Aure says:

Cause this phone was made by SE not Sony only...other coming phones will be branded Sony only.