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Sony Xperia T

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Sony Xperia T, also known as 'The Bond Phone' (video)

Silicon Republic
30 June 2013
  • Summary: Like James Bond himself, the Xperia T is cool, unique, and easy on the eye. But, while I appreciated the simplicity of this high-spec handset, there were some slightly frustrating aspects that left me somewhat on the fence.
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Expert Review

Mobile Tech Addicts
13 February 2013
  • Conclusion: I think that until the phone receives its Jelly bean update, people may be put off but I say that because jelly bean has been promised to the phone that people should definitely consider this phone an option when looking for a new smartphone because it is at the moment at least the best mid range phone on the market in my opinion.
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Sony Xperia T vs Xperia V review: same cover, different phone

Hardware.Info
10 January 2013
  • Excerpt: The Sony Xperia T has been out for while, and now the similarly priced Xperia V has been added to the line-up. When you first look at them you wouldn't be faulted for thinking they're about the same phone. Closer examination reveals that there are some significant differences, however, so Hardware.Info put both phones side-by-side to find out how they compare.
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Xperia T Review: In Depth

Recombu
15 December 2012
  • Conclusion: It was so close to being an across the board contender, but short of the final round the Sony Xperia T ran out of juice. Nothing can take away from the fact that the T is a beautifully designed amalgam of the Xperia S and Xperia arc with some soft touch thrown in for good measure. It also offers a great screen, charming user interface and a very good camera as well as a class leading multimedia experience.
  • Pros: Beautifully designed, Great screen, Good camera
  • Cons: Battery life, Occasional stutter, Noisy images
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Sony Xperia T review

Techworld
6 December 2012
  • Summary: The Sony Xperia T is a solid effort from Sony – it has a good screen and camera but lacks the excitement we expected from a 'Bond Phone'. Our sample didn’t even include the Bond wallpaper used in the phone’s marketing. In short the handset doesn't seem very alluring when compared with its competition. We’re not saying the Skyfall’s awful and it is cheaper than other brands’ flagship phones. But on value alone the Nexus 4 now out-does the lot at £239.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Channel5
3 October 2012
  • Summary: Sony’s always left us with the impression that it’s playing catch up with its rivals in mobile, and while the Sony Xperia T is a perfectly decent device, it’s lacking the little flourishes and bleeding edge bits and bobs that really make it stand out. And in a world where the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S3 exist, that’s not quite enough. If you’re a Sony fan, you’ll be right at home, but otherwise it pays to look elsewhere.
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Sony Xperia T review: T-rex

GSM Arena
24 September 2012
  • Conclusion: The Sony Xperia T is by all means an impressive phone. The dual-core Krait does a great job of competing with many other flagships not only on its home turf, but in the quad-core arena as well. Add to that a display that pushes out an impressive amount of pixels without issue, and a streamlined Android ICS interface that introduces some nifty features and optimizations not offered by other OEMs, you have a package that is very well put together.
  • Pros: Quad-band GSM /GPRS/EDGE support, 3G with 42.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 4.55" 16M-color capacitive LED-backlit LCD touchscreen of 720p resolution (720 x 1280 pixels) with Sony Mobile BRAVIA engine; Scratch-resistant glass, Android OS v4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait CPU, 1 GB RAM, Adreno 225 GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260A chipset, 13 MP autofocus camera with LED flash and geotagging, Multi Angle shot, 1080p video recording @ 30fps with cont...
  • Cons: Display has sub-par viewing angles for a flagship, Slightly thicker than main rivals, Relatively modest battery, JellyBean update not available at launch, Poor loudspeaker performance, Video recording could be better
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Xperia T Review

Phone Arena
21 September 2012
  • Conclusion: The Sony Xperia T doesn’t offer groundbreaking features compared to the other flagships out there, but it is a pretty compelling package nonetheless. The sturdy arched design will appeal to many, and the 13MP camera will let you capture those impromptu moments on the fly because of the dedicated shutter key. There are no major gripes with the handset either – it is zippy, with expandable storage and easy to access card slots.
  • Pros: Fast camera with dedicated shutter key, Sturdy design with very easy card slots access, Strong and clean loudspeaker, Helpful Smart App pop-ups
  • Cons: Bad screen reflectance and viewing angles, Call quality should be better, Volume rocker is placed uncomfortably, LED notification light is too small
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Sony LT30p Mint. First look

Mobile Review
26 July 2012
  • Summary: This time around Sony managed to keep up with the rest of the market and came up with a phone that has all the features its competitors have or at least how it looks on paper. The screen for example is supposed to be very good, but in real life leaves much to be desired in every performance aspect. The same holds true for the camera, but at least we can hope that its shortcomings will be improved until the phone is released on the market.
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Xperia T

CNET
10 February 2012
  • Summary: The Xperia T is one of Sony's best Android efforts yet, but when compared to the incredibly high standard of the competition, it's not quite as impressive as it should be.
  • Cons: Not the latest Android Jelly Bean software; Processor could have been faster; lots of bloatware apps.
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