Sony unveils the Xperia T

Sony unveils the Xperia T

Sony Mobile also announced a couple more handsets at IFA, including an update to the Xperia line they named the Sony Xperia T.

There were many variants of the Xperia T, including the Xperia TX, but the specs below really spells out the best configuration for this model.


4.6-inch display @ 720p resolution
Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine
Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon S4 Krait 1.5GHz dual-core
Adreno 225 GPU
16GB internal storage
up to 32Gb via microSD
HSPA+ 42.2 Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, dual-band, WiFi Direct, DLNA
Bluetooth 3.1 A2DP
FM radio tuner
GPS with aGPS support, GLONASS
13MP rear camera, LED flash
1080p video recording
1.3MP front-facing camera, 720p video
1,850mAh Li-Ion battery
Android 4.0 ICS

The Xperia T is notably the successor to the Xperia S from earlier this year. It’s also a bit thinner at 9.4mm compared to the 10.5mm dimension of the earlier Xperia handsets.

Sony also announced a few more handsets like the Xperia V and the Xperia J. More on those later.

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20 Responses

  1. vhincent says:

    hi :D when will it come to the phil. ?

  2. Marcelino says:

    Nice :)

    Sana mag-invest ang Sony on their materials and finishes, just like Motorola that uses Kevlar, stainless steel, etc.

    Other than that, it’s a good device. Sana lang yung software updates nito hindi mahuli. Since Galaxy Note 2 is now running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

  3. John says:

    Oh for fuck’s sake. No quad core Snapdragon S4 yet ?!?! Why sony why.

  4. John says:

    I might consider this as my next phone though… If the next Nexus won’t impress. Sony is the best OEM in delivering Android updates. Kudos to the on-screen buttons !! Hail !

  5. Marc says:

    Nalilito na ako sa Sony. Sobrang daming phone and nilalabas. Halos pareparehas naman ng itsura at ng specs. Hindi ko na tuloy alam pipiliin sa mga phone nila. Anu ba mas magandang bilhin na phone? From Sony or S3? Thanks. :)

    • joe says:

      dear, if your like more infos go to and take time to read. sony or samsung they were the same they have lot of models coming out that almost the same. but if you are asking about good phones, well ask the experienced user. if you like samsung then go for it. but i tell you, UI and camera quality sony is the leader, mind me that iPhone 4/4s is using sony’s camera sensor you see? so pick acro s or xperia V or the ultimate xperia T hail! dont worry about the speed, xperia V and T are s4 krait technology that beats sIII and note hahaha. so go get it.

  6. Paul says:

    If compared to Acro S, the only main advantage of this phone is its 4G/LTE capability, which is not even a necessity, especially here in the Philippines where networks still has chokes in terms of 3G. Acro S may not have 4G, but it’s water and dust proof, i’ll take durability over speedier connection anytime of the day.

    4G + quadcore = death sentence to the battery. add the 4G costs into the equation. damn.. Don’t get me wrong this is a really good phone on paper and i think definitely in reality when it becomes available, but software developers should maximize multiple cores on mobile phones first for it to be really an asset on whatever app you use, so i think dual core is still fast, think of how many years game developers maximized dual core before quad core took place. I’ll wait for 2-3 years for 4G networks to have more coverage and better stability and maybe lower costs of 4G (equal to 3G’s cost now) then switching to 4G will be more reasonable :)

    • joe says:

      dear, i would like to tell you, xperia T has a lot more advantages over acro S. the S4 dual core krait architecture is ultimate and even xperia T isnt water/dust resistant still it looks more gorgeous over acro s. dont mind the 4g lte in phils, it maybe not supported there but the model were supplied globally. so its your choice now over the two spectacular beast phone. but i prefer the s4 dual core krait performance. the most amazing performing CPU in the market, beats the sIII and note where they were quad cores already.

  7. nolife says:

    sony xperia tvj. eat bulaga! hahaha

  8. heorge says:

    Wish naman sana maglabas ng dual sim ang sony. That’s the trend for practical people di ba?

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  10. SpiderWak says:

    1,850mAh Li-Ion battery, well good luck :)

  11. zenleecher says:

    any possibility of sony releasing the tx version here in the philippines? i saw pics of both the t and tx in the web, and the tx version looks way better. both have the same internal specs so i don’t really care much about that, but the tx is really aesthetically pleasing and sexy to me.

  12. Johnson says:

    any hint about its SRP when it arrives?

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