Sony’s seductively designed Xperia T is easy on the eyes and packed with all the latest tech, including a 13-megapixel camera, a BRAVIA-powered screen, and a quick dual-core processor. If it’s good enough for the gadget-loving 007 – Daniel Craig can be seen using the Xperia T throughout new Bond flick Skyfall – it’s probably good enough for you, too.
Hovering above the scale at just 139 grams, the Xperia T also has a provocatively arched back that gently curves past
A 13-megapixel image sensor reaches out to grab a new level of detail in both still images and 1080p, 30 frames-per-second video, so start shooting.
We all know Sony’s expertise in the screen department, and the Xperia T is no different, packing a 4.55-inch, scratch-resistant high-definition TFT display, ideal for viewing everything from movies to web pages.
PlayStation certification means Xperia T users have access to a specially curated game store filled with titles vetted by Sony’s games team.
The Xperia T at a glance
Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
That means: Practical improvements ranging from more efficient notification management to simpler copy-and-paste functions when editing text.
1.5 GHz Qualcomm Krait dual-core
That means: Quicker performance in everything you experience, whether it’s flipping through home screen pages or fighting off alien invasions.
4.55-inch TFT at 323 dots per inch
That means: A palm-sized screen with nearly a million specks of light, so you can see lushly detailed images rather than the pixels they’re composed of.
129.4 x 67.3 x 9.4mm; 139 grams
That means: The Xperia T is slim enough for most trouser pockets, and so light you’ll hardly notice it’s there.