More Xperia Mint/Xperia T photos surface

The Sony Xperia Mint (also recently know as the Xperia T) is shaping up to be one of Sony’s best smartphones ever. After a lengthy stint of having subpar phones compared to top competition Samsung and HTC, the Xperia Mint looks to bring the power that users are looking for with its dual-core S4 processor by Qualcomm, a 13 megapixel Exmor camera sensor, and a 4.3 inch Bravia Engine display.

Some new shots of the phone have appeared in the wild over at NixanBal.com. These shots are a lot more clear than what we’re used to around these parts so we’re grateful to finally get a good look at it.

It’s a really stylish phone that looks like it could satisfy the needs of those who need something that looks more serious and premium than quirky and fun, and judging by the devices that tend to get the most attention on Phandroid we’d say a lot of you require a device like that.

Sharp edges and rectangular goodness aside it looks like we could be close to an official reveal. Nothing on this device indicates it’s a prototype and may be as close to a production unit as we’ll say.

NixanBal.com says we’re pretty close to an announcement, and we’re sure they’re talking about Sony’s IFA Berlin showing that we’ll be tuned into. Take a look at more photos over at the source link. [NixanBal.com (Bulgarian)]

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  • Cosmin The Ass Man

    Please Sprint!!!! Get this phone.

  • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

    Interesting design.. Beveled edges are a lot different from current Sony devices. Not sure how I feel about it.

    I like the sharp, boxy shape and clear LED strip of Sony’s current phones.

    • http://twitter.com/cjgruber .cj

      … i changed an ONE X for a xperia p, just for the aluminum and the boxy shape. guess what. I love it.

    • Tommy Thompson

      This one reminds me of the One X

  • Saleenfiend

    Wow I was planning on buying this until I realized it wasn’t an iphone! Shucks!

    • InspectorGadget80

      Stop trolling

  • Peter Browne

    It does look good but I’ve only had my Xperia Arc S less than 12 months and it’s as glitchy as hell. It’s really put me off Sony for the time being.