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Sony Xperia NXT hands-on photos: A side-by-side look at Sony’s new phone lineup

Earlier this week, we posted impressions of the newly unveiled Sony Xperia P (learn about its WhiteMagic screen here) and Sony Xperia U, but we couldn’t grab any pictures of the new lineup as a whole. Sony is calling these devices its ‘NXT’ (pronounced Next) series. Above are some shots of the two devices, along with the larger Xperia S, which was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show last month. The phones each come in different colors and all feature an aluminum shell and that funny looking strip of clear plastic. 

For kicks, I’ve included a couple pictures of Sony’s Xperia media dock. It’s compatible with the Xperia S, I believe. 

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