Sony LT29i Hayabusa coming June with the new 13MP "stacked" camera sensor, quad-core LT30i pegged for October
posted by Daniel P. / Apr 27, 2012, 4:54 AM
First off, the phone is said to sport the new 13MP "stacked" camera sensor from Sony that we told you about in January, improving low-light performance, and introducing the "HDR Video" function, a sample of which you can see in the Sony promo video about the sensor, embedded below.
HTC One S review. The phone is pegged to be just 7mm thin, yet pack a generous 2200mAh battery, potentially making it the best phone Sony has created so far.
As can be seen in the leaked picture of the handset's prototype on the right, it is likely going to be all-display at the front, and feature just the on-screen buttons of Android Ice Cream Sandwich for navigation. That's in line with what we heard about the Hayabusa handset last month, too.
AT&T might be receiving this sensor puppy in the LT28at, believed to be the Xperia ion, which was however announced with 12MP camera - to lounge about on its LTE network, and you can see a few leaked sample shots below for a ballpark estimate of the new Sony camera's capabilities.
The rumored Q3 launch for the Sony LT29i Hayabusa is now receiving a more specific release month, as the phone is claimed to be announced in June with this latest leak, and the sales to start in July, as listed in the original Sony roadmap. Forum rumors are that it might eventually be called Xperia GX.
As far as that expensive Mint I phone we were wondering about in the leaked 2012 Sony roadmap, the source now says there will be something arriving in October coded as the LT30i, which is to be Sony's first quad-core handset with an OLED display, fruit of its partnership with AUO on 4.3" AMOLEDs. The future seems pretty bright for Sony this year, even if only the LT29i and LT30i materialize.
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Xperia S-customers just got trolled.
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 4:57 AM 19
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Damn, I dunno what to get now! S3 or Hayabusa!!! I like the Qualcomm S4s better than quad-cores. I still believe quads are too much for now and dual-cores on 28nm are far more energy efficient. Ohhhhh men..... what are you doing Sony and Samsung..... you're making my headache..
posted on Apr 29, 2012, 6:43 PM 1
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i hope this camera is at least a n8 equivalent. s4 is fine i guess, considering it;s damn sexy at 7mm with a beautiful battery.
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 4:59 AM 6
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keep dreamin') you know why e.g. titan II suxx? Cheap optics, huge amount of mpx, lach of experience taking into consideration cooperation with sony, sony won't let this phone to be better than xperia's family
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 8:27 AM 1
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the arc actually had a very good camera when compared to the other single cores, the xperia s had a better edge in megapixel count when compared to other dual cores (although MP is not everything) so I don't see a reason why they can't make a good camera since they actually have cybershot. - which is good. had a 5MP cybershot camera once, still beats the hell out of 8MP smartphones.
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 8:52 AM 2
there will be at least 20 iphone killers that can be found from android this year... MAN!!! This just wanna make me to throw away my iToy 4s :(
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 5:23 AM 4
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Even though Android has better specs but iPhone has its place. Its easy, simple and small. Can't carry a phone in my front pocket always.
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 9:07 AM 1
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s**tttttttttt R.I.P Galaxy S3 if this is true
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 5:36 AM 14
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R.I.P to almost every phone period! if this is true, with the exception of one or two phones... Could this possibly be the first complete phone we all were looking for? The only other phone that would beat this phone would be the upcoming Motorola atrix 3 which is said to have Ridiculous specs and I am not a fanboy I go by the truth and facts... The Atrix 3 is said to have 4.3 in display, quadcore processor, 10mp camera, and ok wait for it........a 3300 mAh battery!! yes the same as the droid Razr Maxx wow Sony and Motorola definently For the winn... As far as the galaxy s3?? I feel sorry for the people that are buying it right now and about two months later they are gonna see phones that will demolish it!! Iphone 5 might even be better than the s3...samsung blew it with there flag ship this time...
posted on May 04, 2012, 12:01 AM 1
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Pics look like ok but not better than nokia 808:-)
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 5:38 AM 1
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In terms of camera, yes you are right. But would I trade it with a crappy os? No. Nokia 808, no thanks. If I want a good camera, I will just go and buy a camera
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 5:51 AM 3
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Well, but Belle FP1 on 808 isn't a crappy OS. The only downside is that it doesn't have as much applications as Android. But i prefer to have the best camera on smartphone available, and great video and sound recording than to have even more apps.
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 9:31 AM 2
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I think it is interesting that today phones have dual & quad cores CPUs with GPUs, fantastic screen resolutions, incredible short battery lifes, but is no different from my old, very old, Sony ericsson K750 in terms of out-of-box basic functions- calling, texting, playing music, watching videos (irrespective of type of files supported) & taking pictures. Oh and playing games too. On a 700Mhz CPU computer I could install photoshop application and use its full features; I could install MS Office and use all its features too, not some abridged versions for mobile; I could also plug in my keyboard and monitor and a printer, a scanner, and play CDs on the CD drive. All on a 700Mhz Processor and less than 1 Gb ram. Today's phones have 1.4 ghz quad core processors, with 512 mb - 1 gb ram size but still can't do any of those things. So what's with the hype about mobile phones processors?
posted on Apr 27, 2012, 6:24 AM 5
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