About a month ago Google introduced Android version 4.2 on the new Nexus 4, Nexus 7 32GB and Nexus 10 which is an upgraded version of JellyBean that brings multi-user support (tablets only), improved Google Now, Photo Sphere, Daydream, and few more features.
An alleged Sony LT30i (the equivalent of Sony Xperia T LT30p aka James Bond phone cousin) benchmark test result posted on Swedish Nena website shows that the phone is running Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie (or whatever “K-related” desert name Google will use for its upcoming major Android version) has a 1280x720p HD display, powered by a 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset codename PegasusQ with Adreno 220 GPU by its side.
Another important aspect in this NenaMark2 test leak is Sony LT30i’s score — 74.60 currently ranked as the top score so far from a long list of tested devices. My guess is that besides Qualcomm SoC, Android 5.0 contribute in an efficient way to LT30i high-score.
As good as it sounds this could be just a hoax to keep us busy which is why we recommend to take this with a grain of salt until further developments.