The Sony Ericsson Nypon might have been spotted in a photograph we wrote about on Monday, and today we have even more clues of its existence. The device has been spotted being benchmarked by NenaMark one day after the MT27i Pepper was noticed. The LT22i scored a 24.00 on average – lower than the 30.70 Xperia S so we should be able to confirm that the device won’t be as powerful.
Other details revealed about the Nypon: its qHD resolution (540 x 960), and 1.0GHz clock speed as well as its ARM Mali-400 MP GPU (which both corroborate with the ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8500 chipset). The phone is expected to be introduced at MWC next month, but we can only wait and see.
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