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Wanna see three dozen shots of the unannounced Sony Xperia T (Mint)?

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As many of you know, a photo or two of an unannounced phone finding its way online is not all that uncommon. In fact, most Android devices we've encountered have, at some point, been treated to an "in the wild" or "blurrycam" shot. Every once in a while you get a model that stands still for an extended period of time and poses for an entire gallery. Such is the case with the yet-announced Sony Xperia T (codename: Mint).

Ice Cream Sandwich Updates For 2011 Sony Xperia Phones Starting In Mid-April, But Carrier Restrictions May Apply

icsBefore Sony Ericsson became Sony Mobile, the company seemed committed to developing an Android 4.0 update, going so far as to release alpha ROMs for a number of Xperia devices, and more recently a beta for the Xperia Play. Here we are, a quarter of the way into 2012, and Xperia owners are still gnawing on last year's official Gingerbread. Although, there may finally be a light at the end of the tunnel; the Sony Mobile blog has announced that the first Android 4.0 updates will roll out to select Xperia phones in mid-April. Don't get too excited when wireless carriers are involved though.

Sony Releases Beta ICS ROM For Unlockable Xperia Play Models

xperia playIn a time when many users are wondering if an Android 4.0 update will ever come to their devices, it was a pleasant surprise that Sony was open enough to release a beta version of ICS for some of their devices - the Xperia Arc S, Neo V, and Ray. But they didn't stop there, as they have, "upon request," released a beta ICS ROM for the Xperia Play (or as you may know it, the PlayStation Phone).

Video Hands-On With The Sony Xperia Ion And Xperia S, Including Their Speedy 12MP Rear Cameras

xperiaWe stopped by the Sony booth earlier this morning at CES, and got some hands-on time with the very first Sony smartphones (Sony-Ericsson is no more, subject to regulatory approval) - the Xperia Ion and the Xperia S. While these devices were designed before the Sony Ericsson breakup, they'll be marketed as Sony devices when they hit retail channels.

Sony Takes Wraps Off The 'Nozomi', Makes It Official As The Xperia S

We've been hearing about the Sony Nozomi for a few weeks now, and Sony just officially unveiled the device at CES. It will be known simply as the Xperia S, and shares most of the same guts as the Xperia Ion, including a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 12MP Exmor R camera, NFC, and Android 2.3.x (will be upgraded to ICS). Unlike the Ion, however, the Xperia S has a smaller 4.3-inch display, though it's still rocking a 1280x720 resolution:

ICS ROM Leaked for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play

icsXDA-Developers again has a great ICS leak, this one coming from DooMLoRD for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. It is an alpha release from Sony Ericsson, so don’t expect too much to work at the moment. DooMLoRD notes the following issues currently:

Xperia Users Get a Free 50GB Box Account

xperia_boxIf you own a Sony Ericsson Xperia Device then you will be happy to know that you are now eligible for a Box account with a whopping 50GB. If you want it then you simply need to download the box app from the Android Market and register for an account on the app.

Here is the things you need to know about box though:

Sony Ericsson releases alpha version of Android 4.0 ROM for unlocked Xperia models

Sony Ericsson just dropped a note in our inbox to advise that they've released an alpha version of an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for unlocked Xperia devices. If you call yourself a proud owner of an Xperia arc S, Xperia neo V, or Xperia ray, then you can be on the front side of an Android 4.0.1 experience. This is the first time Sony Ericsson has done something along these lines and they are very happy to be able to provide such a service.

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