“Oh stop it, you!” giggles the Sony Xperia GX as it comes under the scrutiny of the FCC. Also known as the SO-04D if you happen to have a penchant for model numbers, the Sony Xperia GX has just gone through the paces set up by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), and we were treated to some close-up internal and external shots in the process. The FCC material provided also includes the entire NTT DoCoMo English manual that weighs in at a rather hefty 282 pages. Touted to launch in the Land of the Rising Sun (that’s Japan for the geographically challenged) this July, the Sony Xperia GX will see its international model roll out shortly, too. No idea on how much this is going to cost, but something tells me that this is not going to be a cheap device, but rather offers far more than just an entry level specifications list and performance. Would you want to check out the Xperia GX when it arrives?

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