Thank you! Someone has common sense to actually do a little bit of searching and figuring it out if its fake or not.
@Joey, you obvious believe everything you see lmao
Edit: To debunk Engadget's story (both of them), the phone may be deemed "legit" but it totally doesn't look like it. Check the pictures again, lighting on buttons doesn't add up with the rest of the device, screen is out of proportion with the rest of the phone, etc etc. It totally looks shopped. >.>
Engadget said:The particular model in these shots is still in prototyping mode. As such, the unit doesn't have a custom skin (not even SE's Timescape design seen on the Xperia devices), and is said to be rather buggy.
Glossy finishes and software modifications tend to come at the end of development.