My name is Xperia T, Sony Xperia T. Yep, the new Android smartphone by Sony, known as the James Bond phone, is now available in the US. You can order the device via Expansys for a price of $559.99. The phone is offered without contract contract, so you will not be tied to any long-term agreements. The new Sony Xperia T is also sim-lock free, meaning that it is unlocked and will be compatible with services provided by any GSM carrier.
The Sony Xperia T is a stylish black slab, with curved back, smooth, tapered edges, soft touch back panel, and glossy screen and bezel. Thanks to matte finish your phone will not be constantly covered in fingerprints and its unique profile makes it easy and comfortable to hold.
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The Sony Xperia T features a 4.6-inch HD Reality scratch-resistant display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine, 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, 323 ppi and support for 16 million colors. Under the hood of the Sony Xperia T you will find a powerful dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 clocked at 1.5 GHz paired with 1 GB of RAM for seamless performance and great efficiency. The internal memory if 16 GB and is expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card. Additionally, you can get 50 GB of free storage in Box for your photos, music and videos.
The Xperia T is equipped with two cameras, which will let you capture memorable moments in HD. The 13 megapixel main camera has pulse LED flash, auto focus, 16x digital zoom, face and smile detection, sweep panorama function and is capable of recording videos in HD quality (1080p). The front-facing 1.3 megapixel (720p) camera is perfect for self-portraits and video chatting.
The Sony Xperia T packs all you need in terms of entertainment. To begin with, there is a music player, which supports MP3, 3GPP, MP4, SMF, WAV, OTA, Ogg vorbis, and FLAC formats and is integrated with WALKMAN app. The app allows you to create your own playlists, see what your friends are listening to or choose from millions of songs on Music Unlimited. xLOUD Experience provides unique listening impressions. The phone is PlayStation certifies and provides 3D and Motion gaming.
The Xperia T runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but try not to worry about getting stuck with outdated operating system. It will probably get Jelly Bean update by February 2013. The device comes pre-loaded with Google apps, like Gmail, Google Voice Search, Google Talk, Google Maps with Street View and Latitude, and social apps – Facebook, Twitter and Timescape.
With the Sony Xperia T sharing your content with other devices is a piece of cake. Use choose from a number of options, for instance Bluetooth technology to pair your phone with, let’s say a car kit, Wi-Fi with hotspot functionality to share your internet connection, NFC to send photos, music or video directly to other phone, and HDMI via MHL support which will allow you to watch a video from your phone on the big screen.
Other features of the Sony Xperia T include: FM radio with RDS, TV launcher, eCompass, GPS navigation, USB high speed 2.0 and micro USB support, synchronization via Exchange ActiveSync, SyncML, Microsoft, WebKit web browser with Pan & zoom, and 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones.