Sony Xperia T3

Sony Mobile announced it’s new smartphone, the Sony Xperia T3 today morning. The Xperia T3 with the stylish stainless steel frame and a 5.3 inch display, claims to be the world’s slimmest phone of this screen size yet.The stainless steel frame of the Sony Xperia T3 not only adds style to the smartphone but also works as an antenna. The back cover is designed with matte material so as to give the phone a slim and light look.

The screen of the Sony Xperia T3 is the 5.3 inch HD (1280×720) TRILUMINOUS display for mobile with BRAVIA engine 2 277PPI (Pixels per inch). It has an 8MP camera featuring Exmor RS for mobile with 8x digital zoom and and a 1.1MP front-facing camera. The smartphone  enables wireless audio and video connection between devices, can act as a Wi-Fi hotspot and also features NFC (Near Field communication).

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The smartphone is built with a 1.4 Ghz Qualcomm Quad-core processor, 2500mAh battery that can stay upto 688 hours in standby mode and upto 12 hours in talking mode. Like other Xperia smartphones, Xperia T3 also runs on Android and this phone comes with the latest Android 4.4 Kitkat. The memory of the Xperia T3 comprises of 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, 32 GB expandable memory (micro SD card slot).

The networks this smartphone is compatible with are the GSM GPRS/EDGE (2G), UMTS HSPA (3G) and LTE (4G). Many applications like the Google Maps, Sony Select, Google search, Google voice search etc., will be pre-loaded.

All these features come in a 148 gm and 7mm thick Xperia T3 smartphone from Sony. It will be available in three variants, white, black and purple, to choose from.

Get to know the full specifications of the Sony Xperia T3 here.

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