New Sony LT30 model: First benchmark; UAProfs outed along with sample pictures

by XB on 14th June 2012

in Rumours, Xperia T

The Sony LT30 ‘Mint’ smartphone has appeared across a number of different verticals today. First of all, it looks like there will be several variants of this phone as three UAProfs (user agent profiles) have been unveiled: the LT30at (AT&T bound), the LT30a (for North America) and LT30p (the ‘p’ remains a mystery as it hasn’t been used in a Sony Xperia model before). Interestingly, the international variant (LT30i) UAProf is not available.

Looking at the Sony LT30p version in particular, a benchmark for this handset popped up in the AnTuTu benchmark highlighting that it is running Android 4.0.4 and a 1GHz processor speed (this is unlikely to be the max speed). The UAProf above confirms the use of a MSM8960 chipset (1.5GHz dual-core) and 720 x 1280 screen resolution. Lastly, it looks like a Sony Mobile employee has been testing the Sony LT30p for several months judging by the sample pics available on Picasa. It also confirms the handset has been running firmware build version 7.0.A.1.35_56_f100. Hopefully we’ll hear more on this handset very soon.

Sony LT30p camera EXIF data

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Sony LT30p AnTuTu benchmark

Via Blog of Mobile.

Thanks Kihoon!

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