Spyshots of the Sony Tapioca and Nypon have leaked, and each show us a little bit more of what may be shown off at the end of February in Barcelona, Spain during Mobile World Congress 2012. We had recently seen what looked to be the Sony LT22i 'Nypon' a few days back, but now it seems the device shown was a different one altogether. In the previous picture, the mystery device is obviously running Android 4.0, and absent of physical softkeys.
However, as you can see - the LT22i 'Nypon' is sporting three physical buttons. From the right photo, the curved shape leads one to believe it may pack quite the battery. Official specs are completely absent for this device, so there's clue how the Nypon compares to the likes of the XPERIA S or even the newly named XPERIA U.
And then there's the Sony Tapioca; a lower tier smartphone in Sony's lineup. This smaller device is supposedly carrying a 3.2" HVGA display, and running a currently unknown 800MHz processor. It is also said to have 4GB of internal storage, and 512MB RAM - so don't expect the Tapioca to fly as fast as the others. We should see the device sometime around July.