Xperia T Review

 The Sony Xperia T (or the Bond Phone in the UK), which is just one of the multiple models of the Sony Xperia, was officially recognized at IFA 2012, held in Berlin, Germany in early September. The handset is included within the set of 3 terminals along with Sony Xperia J and Sony Xperia V, which are among the new range of Xperia devices.

Xperia T handled in person
 With regard to its specifications and features, the Sony Xperia T is the most sophisticated, operational and compact phone on the market making it a great choice for all smartphone users, especially those looking for comfort and ease of functionality. This device is primarily designed for the youth though the young-at-heart or basically users of all ages can benefit from using this phone.

 The handset’s dimensions are 129.4 mm by 67.3 mm by 9.35 mm and it weighs 139 g inclusive of the phone’s battery, which makes it an extremely light and easy-to-carry device. The Sony Xperia T’s thickness is measured at about 9 mm and the screen (TFT panel) is 4.55 inches in length with one of the highest resolutions available today: 1280 x 720 pixels.

 The Xperia T’s display screen has roughly 15 million colors depth and it functions through Reality Display, which is controlled by the BRAVIA Engine technology for mobiles. In addition, the capacitive screen has a virtual keyboard (QWERTY) that come in three colors, which are black, grey and white.

 The list of the Sony Xperia T’s great features doesn’t end there. The phone’s camera has a 13 megapixel sensor and an LED flash that gives you quality photographs every time you take a picture. It also comes with a 16 x digital zoom, face detector, red-eye reduction capabilities, scene recognition, Geo-tagging as well as auto-focus.

Xperia T Review PRESS SHOT
Press photo of the Xperia T

 The device has an internal memory of approximately 16 GB, which allows you to store a great deal of applications, songs, videos, pictures and other materials that you may require. Its internal memory can be further expanded using microSD cards of up to 32 GB. That’s not all-it has RAM of up to 1 GB with excellent performance, giving you a wide range of options. In addition, the Android phone’s OS (operating system) is version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which can be advanced to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean very soon.

 The Sony Xperia T functions on both GSM and HSDPA networks and has a fast Wi-Fi/Internet connection that allows you to browse, upload or download content on the Internet with little or no stress. It has Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP with the NFC Near Field Communication and GPS Navigator. The Android device also comes with HDMI and DLNA certification, which is required for transfer of multimedia files. Furthermore, it integrates a high-speed USB 2.0 and microUSB input for file transfer. 

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