By Anton D. Nagy | March 10, 2012 9:30 AM
In a rather strange chain of events we first got the chance to see some live shots of the Sony MT27i dubbed Pepper after which, thanks to benchmark databases, we could guess the specs of this upcoming Android phone.
Expected to be the successor to the Xperia Neo (Neo V), the Pepper had its first press render leaked, as seen above. As far as specs go, we can expect a 1GHz and dual-core processor, 3.7-inche FWVGA screen (480 x 854 pixels), as well as a five-megapixel main shooter. As seen in the picture above, also expect NFC capability as the Pepper seems to come with Smart Tags, just like the Xperia S we are currently reviewing. Design-wise, note the “Sony”-only branding, an aspect similar to the current Xperia line-up as well as three capacitive buttons on the front
Source: Blog of Mobile