Sony Xperia “Tapioca” leaks online, the essence of entry level

Ian Hardy

April 27, 2012 9:24am


This picture above is about as entry level as Sony can get these days. What you’re looking at the Sony Xperia ST21i, otherwise known as the Tapioca, and as previously leaked it’ll come with OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 3.2-inch display with a resolution of 320×480 pixels, 800Mhz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB internal memory storage, Bluetooth, WiFi and a 3.2MP camera. Again, very entry level. The Tapioca gets sized up to the recently launched Xperia S and comes in a couple inches shorter. No work on when the Tapioca will officially be announced or what carriers will be fortunate to have this in their lineup.

Source: Techblog.gr
Via: Xperia Blog

  • Sigh

    The galaxy S supposedly can’t run ICS but this slow thing can???

  • sunvv

    if it supports aws band, it would be a good entry-level phone for wind mobile and mobilicity.

  • Me

    Looks like a partially melted Motorola Milestone/OG Droid.

  • samrec

    @sigh

    the issue with the Galaxy S not being able to run ICS is more of a manufacturer choice due to the RAM size. If true, Ièm sure Sony is sacrificing / removing some of his own software to run ICS

  • Jake

    Fugly!

  • Jebus

    I have to say Sony makes the best entry level devices. I got a Ray for my mother and its a great phone.

  • TeamGunstar

    Uh…So the Ray has a faster CPU and is about the same size as this (3.3 vs 3.2 in screen)…but this is newer and downlocked? How does this make sense? Atleast the Ray matched the Arc in specs, and even included more points of multitouch. Sony get your act together.