At this year’s Mobile World Congress, Sony Mobile Communications announced its NXT series of Android-powered smartphones which includes the Sony Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U. At CES, Sony introduced the Xperia Ion on AT&T but looks like the aforementioned trio might be also hitting the U.S.

Brightstar is “the world’s largest specialized wireless distributor and a global leader in services and solutions for the wireless industry”. They announced that they’ll bring the Sony Xperia S, P and U to the U.S., though no carrierm, region or exact timeframe has been mentioned. Paul Hamnett, President of Sony Mobile Communications North America, said: “we are thrilled to expand Sony Mobile Communications’ presence in the U.S. with Brightstar, offering a broader range of our Xperia portfolio to consumers”.

The three phones are expected to be available in the U.S. through Brighstar’s distribution channels this summer. “We look forward to bringing innovation across the country, especially to underserved communities”, said Marcelo Claure, Chairman and CEO of Brightstar. Hopefullly by then the phones will receive their official Ice Cream Sandwich update.

Source: Brightstar

Via: UnwiredView

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