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Sony Experia T3
Sony has made the Sony Experia T3 available to fill the mid-range gap in their market, now that they have launched the Experia Z2. Expect the phone to arrive in-store at about 530 GBP or less. The word on the street is that the T3 will be a half to two-thirds the price of the Z2, so be on the lookout.
The phone comes with a 5.3’ TRILUMINOS screen nicked from the Bravia range of screens (there it’s known as the Bravia IPS display). It has a steel frame around a polycarbonate exterior that comes in a range of colours, as long as they are white, purple or black. So there. The screen is a 720 x 1280 pixel number that is adequate but not exactly breath-taking.
The back camera is 8MP that shoots in 1028p video and there is a 1.1MP 720p camera on the front to take pictures of your whiskers, if you have them. The camera also has Geotagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, HDR and panorama modes.All this is powered by a quad core Snapdragon 400 1.4 processor with 1GB of RAM, 8GB storage and thankfully a microSD card that can handle another 32GB of storage. The phone also has a microSIM slot. The phone is Long-term Evolution (LTE) capable, has near field control (NFC), FM radio, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and has the not-so-quite latest version of Kit Kat.
Bits and pieces
The phone comes with an Accelerometer, gyro, proximity detector, and compass. The browser is HTML for those in the know (this is a good thing). Navigation is provided by A-GPS support and GLONASS.
A mighty 2500mAh battery powers all this along, so no stuttering should be expected.
That’s all we have on the phone for now. More details will come as the phone lands on our shores…