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Sony Xperia T review: T-rex

24 September 2012 | Read the review | Post your comment
Sony Xperia T review: T-rex - read the full textBack when the driving seat was shared with Ericsson, Sony was a little short of delivering a real winner in the high-end market, the company's top-range smartphones always a notch below the Galaxy S lineup and their HTC counterparts...

 

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The first mobile phone in the world has an HD voice technology. Don't believed check sonymobile.com.

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  • 2012-12-04 17:40
  • 3Yby

people and GSMARENA need to remember that phone prices change (fall) all the time... here in Croatia, Xperia T is considerably cheaper than both iphone5 and SGSIII on contract, around 130 cheaper than both.

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  • 2012-11-03 14:08
  • s0Ni

> In reply to Angus @ 2012-10-03 19:09 from PYC{ - click to readsony xperia best mobile for all mobile

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  • 2012-10-27 16:44
  • 9xpe

> In reply to [deleted post]i love samsung
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  • 2012-10-27 16:40
  • 9xpe

why the loud speaker is not good ? , .
it should be enhanced as the other phones .

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  • 2012-10-27 13:53
  • rK7G

In accurate article, the Xperia T retails for £409 and the One X, which has been on the market several months, still retails for £479!

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  • 2012-10-26 14:42
  • S0H8

> In reply to Angus @ 2012-10-03 19:09 from PYC{ - click to readAre you serious? The only android phone better than the Xperia T is arguably the One X. Before you haters even go there, I have owned both the blue and white S3 also own iP5 (vodafone upgrade) and just sold my One X to get the One X+. Yes, it is not quad core but the S4 Krait processor in this phone is amazing! Stop trolling please!

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  • 2012-10-18 22:46
  • nGrL

> In reply to dr.azad007 @ 2012-10-01 09:13 from uNVK - click to readIf your not too picky on looks, lenovo p700i might suit you, 2500mah battery, ICS 4.0 1ghz dual core and 512mb ram, a mid range phone priced at around 10995 here in the Philippines, thats about 250$ I think

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  • 2012-10-10 15:40
  • K7ai

> In reply to Tom @ 2012-09-26 07:24 from 0wQC - click to readAre U an idiot or just pretending?! Every single review talks good about SONY's LCD Bravia Engine and how thk god it isn't amoled! 12MP camera is as good or more than any 8MP camera since is since that sells their sensor cameras to almost all great smartphone manufacterer ;) so you're just bashing SONY because maybe you had some trouble with PS3 right?! SONY may not be the best seller like Samsung, Apple or Nokia but their hardware is among the best. In Smartphone world they still the best looking phones, elegant UI's and best costumer care ;) bit it, basher!

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  • 2012-10-07 22:19
  • MNuQ

why is it that no matter how impressive xperia t and v is for its technology not just phone wise, it doesn't seem to impress...

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  • 2012-10-05 09:01
  • vpcS

My problem is that I wanted to love this phone, but I'm just liking it a bit. Don't get me wrong, I DIDN'T BUY THIS PHONE YET, but wanted to. I think I'll have to wait for the Optimus G to compare them both and make up my mind.
Sony may be dropping the ball with its latest flagships which seem to be pricey and overhyped. Xperia T and TX may be good examples of that... 600 Bucks are too much for me.

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  • 2012-10-03 19:09
  • PYC{

Why do people care so much about quad core? Important is the performance that comes out, not by how many parts that performance is achieved.

The iPhone seems to have excellent performance despite "only" having dual core. And from all I read, phones like the XPerias or the Galaxy Nexus are very good performers for everything but the most demanding 3D games.

But if I wanted to play that stuff, I'd buy a PS Vita, much better for gaming than any phone can ever be anyway.

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  • 2012-10-02 18:39
  • iFLF

> In reply to Gavin_Is_A_Man @ 2012-09-28 12:58 from iIR0 - click to readBecause the iPhone uses a totally different OS, and combined with the CUSTOM dual core chip actually it has blazing performance.

When it comes to Android phones, since it uses the same OS, one can already see that having less cores may result in lower performance, since the manufacturers differentiate themselves on the hardware side mostly.

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  • 2012-10-02 17:48
  • PG5Y

> In reply to dr.azad007 @ 2012-10-01 09:13 from uNVK - click to readI think for battery life, I'd first check out what Motorola has on offer. Not quite sure if there are alternatives, but the Razr MAXX has an enormous battery.

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  • 2012-10-02 17:47
  • iFLF

Judging from the test photos (in the comparison), the XPeria S produces MUCH sharper images. If GSMarena didn't somehow mess up the test shots, and the T's camera actually is noticeably inferior, that's not just disappointing, it's pretty disastrous.

Ordered the S two days ago for EUR 357 (Germany - XPeria T currently available for EUR 499). Even if the T's camera turned out to have the same quality, I don't think it's worth 140 EUR more.

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  • 2012-10-02 17:42
  • iFLF

Can anyone tell which mobile set has longer durable talktime and use battery?

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  • 2012-10-01 09:13
  • uNVK

> In reply to Gavin_Is_A_Man @ 2012-09-28 12:58 from iIR0 - click to readBecause Android need the latest chipset to run smoothly, iOS and Windows Phone on the other hand, runs smoothly even with a single core.

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  • 2012-09-29 15:24
  • LpIJ

bond james bond sony like no other i want buy this phone sony make sesnsor for galaxy s3 so dont say camera is normal
samsung have very bad quality

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  • 2012-09-28 14:33
  • HIdX

Funny how GSMArena doesn't seem to think the iPhone is behind the times with a dual core processor (I wonder why Apple kept THAT quiet) but make it into a big deal with the Sony T, which I hear puts in similar performance figures to quad core Droids. Any argument about Android being resource-intensive are moot when Jelly Bean is involved, if in fact it becomes available for this phone. Still, the Xperia T physically looks a lot better than its rivals despite its silly name.

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  • 2012-09-28 12:58
  • iIR0

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