Sony’s LT29i “Hayabusa” To Be Named Xperia TX

The international version of Sony’s Japanese Xperia GX has been suffering a crisis of identity, being known as the LT29i and also by the codename Hayabusa. But it has yet to get an official, consumer-friendly name. A leak from sources at Xperia Blog claims the phone has a name: the Sony Xperia TX. This would fit in with Sony’s new naming convention, which uses single and double letters to designate the relationship between high-end and mid-level phones. So the Xperia TX would clearly be a higher-end Xperia T.

It is said to sport a 4.6-inch HD reality 720p screen, a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, 1GB RAM, Android 4.0 ICS, a whopping 13MP camera with HDR video, a thin 7mm profile, and a nice size battery. This is certainly shaping up to be Sony’s latest flagship model. We’re expecting to see this phone, along with the Xperia T and Xperia Tablet at IFA in Berlin later this month.

Who’s waiting for this one?

source: xperia blog
via: android central

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  • Pito perez

    Looks gret !!!

  • Gus

    that insane how many names this phone has LT29i Hayabusa xperia gx and now xperia tx I have been waiting for this phone for a long time since its first rumors i just hope Sony hurry up hitting usa market and hopefully by then it will have jelly bean instead ICS !!