With the latest news about next smartphone of Sony Ericsson, there are three more devices in the line. The three phones are Nozomi (LT26), Nypon (LT22) and Kumquat (ST25). However there is no official information from the company but we can manage to share you the reliable specifications.We just have a pic of one Phone that’s leaked.

Sony XPERIA Nozomi LTi

Nozomi (LT26)

  • 1.5GHz dual-core processor
  • 4.3-inch Reality display with Bravia Engine & HD (720 x 1280) resolution
  • 1G RAM & 32G ROM
  • 12MP camera with illuminated Exmor R, 1080p full HD video recording & 720p HD front camera
  • Android Gingerbread on launch and will upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich later
  • 1750mAh battery

Nypon (LT22)

  • 1GHz dual-core processor
  • 4.0-inch Reality display with Bravia Engine, WhiteMagic display & qHD Resolution
  • 1G RAM & 16G ROM
  • 8MP camera with Exmor R, 1080p full HD video recording & 720p HD front camera
  • Android Gingerbread on launch and will upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich later
  • 1320mAh battery

Kumquat (ST25)

  • 1GHz dual-core processor
  • 3.5-inch Reality display with Bravia Engine
  • 5MP camera with Exmor R, 720p HD video recording
  • Android Gingerbread on launch and will upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich later

The Main Confusion or maybe Surprise is the  Nylon which apparently comes with a 4-inch WhiteMagic qHD display. This is the phone that we have been told by a different source will come with the ST-Ericsson U8500 1GHz chipset, so at least that part tallies. The WhiteMagic display is interesting, but we weren’t aware that Sony was mass-producing these yet. The press release a few months back only talks of a 3-inch and not 4-inch display, Moving to Nozomi (LT26) appearing to be a very-high level, and the Kumquat (ST25) is likely to be the Xperia mini successor. As we don’t have fully confirmed sources, please treat this all for exactly what it is for now i.e. Rumours.

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