Everyone, clear the FCC decks – there is a new smartphone from Sony Mobile, and this time around it is the Sony Xperia GX which is being lined up for inspection. First announced in May earlier this year, the Sony Xperia GX was slated for a summer release in the Land of the Rising Sun, and we bring you good tidings that it is finally making its way to the US, although it will first have to pass through the tests and probes that it will be subjected to by the FCC. What else do we know about the documentation surrounding the Sony Xperia GX? For starters, it will come with a pentaband 3G radio that is capable of HSPA speeds. Hopefully in due time, additional details concerning the Xperia GX will surface – and that would include the kind of carriers it will most probably be made available from.
We already know that it will be powered by the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and have a 13-megapixel camera in tow – the question is, how soon will the Jelly Bean update be released for it?
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