Sony Ericsson LT28at looks a lot like the Nozomi phone for AT&T

The first leak of the Sony Nozomi revealed some truly lust-worthy specs, but suggested only a Japanese and no US version. Fortunately, today our fears of the device being limited to Japan have been stayed. A Sony device with almost the exact same specs as the Nozomi has been spotted, and it appears destined for stateside use on AT&T LTE.

According to the leaked document you can see above, a smartphone from Sony Ericsson called the LT28at is currently being tested by the Bluetooth SIG. The document states that the LT28at is packing a 4.55-inch 720p Sony Reality Display, 13MP back-illuminated back and HD front facing camera, as well as 4G LTE. Presumably, the processor would be the same one found in the Nozomi phone, a 1.5-GHz dual-core powerhouse. 

While AT&T was not specifically mentioned in the document, the device's codename ends with the traditional "at" used for AT&T smartphones. Of course, I don't really care if this smartphone ends up on AT&T or Verizon, I just hope it gets a US release sometime soon. CES this January seems like a plausible time for Sony to announce the Nozomi, so let's hope we get some more information then.

[Android Central]
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