And from the looks of things, it looks like Sony has something pretty good cooking here.
Apparently, it’s going to be rocking a 4.2 inch FWVGA screen with 854×480 resolution, a capacitive display, a MSM7230 processor, HDMI (type D slot), an 8.1 megapixel camera with 16x digital zoom, HD video recording (with face recognition and tracking), built-in 3.5 mm headphone jack, a 1500 mA battery and guess what else?
It has Gingerbread aka Android 2.3 as its operating system.
That’s right, the operating system that Eric Schmidt said would be coming in a few weeks with near field communication technology on board.
Unfortunately, it’s pretty much certain that the Nexus S is going to be the launch phone so those of you feeling the lure of the X12’s syren song will likely have to wait a little bit before this baby hits the shelves.