After first striking a couple of poses for the camera back at the end of April, the Sony ST21i "Tapioca" has decided to show its face to the Internet once again. Russian site Mobile-Review has spent some hands on time with the diminutive Ice Cream Sandwich handset and took the time to report its findings and snap a few photos. The Tapioca is said to have a nicely balanced weight to it and a back cover that doesn't feel cheap, and the phone was able to launch pre-installed apps and run ICS acceptably.
On the spec side of things, this latest report reiterates a few of the Tapioca's previously-rumored specs and manages to add a couple more to the pile, as well. There's reportedly a 3.2-inch 320x480 touchscreen on the ST21's face above a trio of navigation keys, and around back is a 3-megapixel camera. On the inside you'll find an 800MHz processor along with 512MB RAM, and there's also a 1,450mAh battery powering the whole show. Unfortunately, it's not yet clear when the Tapioca will be making its way to market, but it's looking like the phone should be fairly easy on the wallet when it does. More shots of the Tapioca are available at the Mobile-Review link below.