Now, there are no images, or anything more substantial to indicate whether we should trust this or not, so take this with a healthy shade of doubt.
With that in mind, though, we do have to note that Android 5.0 is obviously coming up. Russian analyst Eldar Murtazin (with a mixed track record) expects that it will likely be called Android 5 Key Lime Pie, and will be announced in February or March, with a wider release expected in May-June 2013. One of the biggest improvements Android 5 is expected to bring is in tablets, but again that is just a rumor.
Looking back to what we have here, the Sony LT30i, the mysterious device listed to run on Key Lime Pie, should be a version of the Sony Xperia T, which carries the Sony LT30 model number. The LT30i features a 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 chip with modest Adreno 220 graphics. It also has a display of unknown size, but with a 720p resolution.
This is it for the time being. How trustworthy you think this is? Do you agree we can expect Android 5 as early as February next year, or would that be way too early?
source: Nena via TechKiddy, Android Authority
The Sony LT30i listed with Android 5.0.0 in NenaMark.