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Sony’s new Xperia leaked and reviewed ahead of launch
How come that never happens to Apple?
Sony doesn’t seem to be very good at keeping secrets. Mobile-review got their hands on an early sample of Sony’s LP30p Mint, which will supposedly replace the Xperia S in a couple of months.
The Mint features a 720p screen, dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, 13-megapixel camera and ICS out of the box. Unlike its predecessor it also features a microSD slot, but comes with 16GB of internal storage.
Mobile-review praised the new phone for its power management, but also noted that the screen and camera fail to impress.
You can check out the preview/review here.