Sony's latest round of Xperia phones have well, been not too bad, and it looks like Sony have got another one to add to the collection. The Xperia T, which may have been spotted before as the Xperia Mint, looks to be Sony's next phone out after the divorce with Ericsson; it looks quite the catch.
Bulgarian site Nixanbal has managed to nab a good haul of images of the phone, and also detailed the phone's specs well before it's official debut.
It packs a 4.6-inch display at 720p HD resolution, plus a 13 megapixel camera that's capable of shooting full 1080P HD video and will definitely put the 16GB of onboard storage through its paces. Fear not if you run out of space though, the phone packs an SD slot, so you can wang in a decent sized card and shoot video to your heart's content. The T also carries the familiar, blazing Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, and 1GB of RAM inside its svelte body. Whether it's any good or not is a different story.
Sony's IFA press conference is set for August 29th, so keep your eyes peeled for this little device to make it's debut there. To check out some more photos of the device, hop on over to Nixanbal. [Nixanbal via PhoneArena via TechRadar]