Y’see, the Android-rockin’ Sony Xperia Tapioca ain’t much of a looker, but it’s popped up in two new sets of piccies. Sexy.
In picture the first, posted by Techblog, the Sony Xperia Tapioca is shown next to the Sony Xperia S. The former is significantly smaller, and a lot curvier.
The second series of shots comes courtesy of Russia’s Mobile Review (home of our best friend, Eldar Murtazin), and shows the Sony Xperia Tapioca complete with Ericsson branding. Presumably that’s an older model.
As for Sony Xperia Tapioca specs, it’s said to have a 3.2in display, 800MHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 3MP rear camera, and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
No word on Sony Xperia Tapioca pricing or release date at this early stage.
And since I have some space to fill: tapioca is a starchy substance obtained from the root of cassava, used for puddings and as a thickening agent in cooking.