Although Sony LT30i Mint is estimated to be officially publicized by Sony at a pre-IFA press event on August 29, 2012, but Mobile-Review got a preview about Sony LT30i Mint on its hands. It is believed that LT30i Mint is unofficial name of this device but it entered for DLNA certification under its authorized name. This device is listed at DLNA's website as Sony Xperia T, a member of the single letter Xperia club. But everyone needs to wait for knowing more about the Sony LT30i Mint until August 29, when Sony will organize a press-only event previous to IFA 2012 show in Berlin.
It appears that the Xperia T will come in Sony’s Xperia range labelling, the higher-end phones that have been tagged with single letters, good and easy. This device is looking to be described as Sony’s most powerful handset up to now. It is known that this phone is powered by 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 dual-core Krait processor. It is expected that this handset runs on Sony-skinned Ice Cream Sandwich. This device is featured with a 4.3" screen with resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, the micro-USB connector, and a 13MP camera with HD front-facing.
Sony LT30i Mint has 1GB RAM and 16GB internal storage that is expandable through microSD. LT30i is expected to come in a new design, trying to merge all the good components from the preceding series with some changes. It will also come with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and the micro-USB port. It is being hoped that Sony perhaps put Jelly Bean on it before its release date. The expected retail price of Sony LT30i Mint is €560.