Sony Ericsson ST25i. Image courtesy of XperiaBlog.

We saw plenty of the Xperia S before it officially surfaced at CES, and we've already seen leaked photos of the MT27i "Pepper", along with a purported leaked roadmap for other Sony phones. Today, though, XperiaBlog has the first image of at what is reportedly the Sony (Ericsson) ST25i "Kumquat", a mid to high-end Android phone with a 3.5-inch display and a familiar industrial design.

The "Kumquat", which according to the leaked roadmap is due this April at a ~€260 price point, is apparently powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor, with a 5MP camera and a qHD (960x540) display. If the rumored specs and price are correct -- and admittedly that's still a pretty big "if" -- this device could be very tempting for those looking for a smaller, more portable smartphone with high-end specs.

Hopefully we'll see more of the "Kumquat" at Sony's Mobile World Congress presentation in just a few weeks, where the manufacturer looks set to reveal more of its 2012 line-up.

Source: XperiaBlog

 
There are 4 comments

Hey look, a low end, low def, small screen. Verizon needs about a thousand more low-end phones like that.

li2327 says:

That's a slick looking phone. I love android.

shahid99 says:

How much will be the ram??? I hate that they put only 512 ram in other phones. 512 is getting slower now. Even after heavy app installation my nexus s just got lil bit slower

ddaydev says:

i wonder if apple has a patent on 3.5 inch displays yet...