Updated on:May 31, 2016
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An efficiently engineered smartphone
Sony Xperia T flaunts a 4.5-inch TFT Capacitive Multi-touch display which bears a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. It runs on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system and gets powered with a 1.5GHz Dual-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Krait processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and Adreno 225 GPU.
The Xperia T boasts a 13MP Rear camera with LED Flash, Exmor R sensor, BSI, Autofocus, Smile detection and Digital Image stabilization features. It also possesses a 1.3MP Front camera for video calling. It houses an Internal memory of 16GB which may be further expanded externally up to 32GB via Micro SD card.
On the connectivity front, Sony Xperia T includes 4G LTE, 3G, GPS with A-GPS, NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi, USB and HDMI as its features. It has been fueled with a 1850 mAh battery.
Equipped with a powerful processor, lots of RAM, superb display, 4G LTE and NFC features the Xperia T from Sony offers a vibrant bouquet of advanced features at a price which it efficiently justifies. It is expected to give a tough competition to the Samsung Galaxy S3, Apple iPhone 5 and HTC One which too have been launched as flagship devices in the market but from its rival manufacturers.
Despite its status as a global electronics giant, Sony remains on the periphery of the smartphone world, with a tiny share of the market outside its native Japan. In Europe, it’s struggled to make a dent in Samsung and Apple’s dominance. In the U.S., Sony Mobile’s market presence is barely measurable. After a shaky start to 2012, Sony enters fall with an unusually thorough product refresh, led by the Xperia T, its new internatio...
Pros: The Xperia T boasts a sleek design, good build quality and a gorgeous screen, with impressive camera capabilities to boot. Sony’s UI is understated and professional-looking, and the £400 price point is very reasonable.
Cons: ICS is starting to show its age, and the Xperia T’s Jelly Bean update isn’t expected until February 2013. In addition, the phone suffers from mediocre battery life and a noisy autofocus motor that can ruin video footage.
Verdict: If the Xperia T is to be your handset for the next couple of years, we doubt you’ll find too much to complain about. It won’t blow your head off with amazing performance or dazzling software capabilities, but it’s a competent enough...
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