Sony introduced three new Xperia phones at IFA on Wednesday, and at least one of them - the Sony Xperia J - has already been taken apart and poured over by the Federal Communications Commission.

Luckily for the internet, the Federal Communications Commission was kind enough to post the tear-down pictures online.

Apparently, Sony didn't request that the images be kept confidential, as is the norm for technology breakdowns.

It appears the Japanese company has nothing to hide.

Xperia J with no back
All the ins and outs (Credit: FCC)

The new Xperia trio

Sony's Xperia J was revealed at IFA alongside the Xperia T and the Xperia V.

The Xperia T is Sony's new flagship, with a 1280x720 4.6-inch display, 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Krait chip, NFC, PlayStation certification, and a 13-megapixel camera.

The Xperia V sports similar specs, but with a smaller, 4.3-inch screen, 4G LTE connectivity, and high water resistance.

But the Xperia J is the baby brother of the trio, with the smaller screen (4 inches), 1GHz single-core processor, and 5-megapixel camera.

Chip from Xperia J
Rulers are apparently very handy at the FCC (Credit: FCC)

Will the Xperia J hit the US?

The Sony Xperia J may be the most affordable of the new Xperia phones, but that doesn't necessarily guarantee a U.S. release.

Even the quick FCC approval isn't a guarantee that the Xperia J will hit American shores, as Engadget points out.

And the tear-down photos - while neat - don't reveal anything we didn't already know about the Xperia J handset.

Here's hoping for more news soon - in the meantime, let's use these non-confidential images to somehow ascertain all of Sony's trade secrets. Just kidding.

Via Engadget