By Anton D. Nagy | January 30, 2012 8:42 AM
First we saw the Sony Ericsson LT26i “Nozomi” officially become the Sony Xperia S, then we heard about the Sony ST25i “Kumquat” that will allegedly be called the Sony “Xperia U” and now we head more rumors of Sony using letters of the alphabet.
The same Indonesian Telecoms Regulatory body that brought us the info about the Xperia U is now revealing that the device codenamed LT22i “Nypon” — recently tipped and spotted online — will indeed hit the market as Sony Xperia P.
To sum it up, we have the Xperia S, Xperia U and Xperia P; all these testify that Sony might be adopting a single-letter naming convention — the same way it does with tablets (Sony Tablet P and Tablet S). We just have to hear official wording from the manufacturer explaining the algorithm of attributing letters to phones.