The Sony Xperia T is a great looking flagship, although its rather high initial pricetag puts it at something of a disadvantage compared to some certain quad-core offerings (the T itself offers a dual-core Krait CPU).
Fortunately, Three UK is willing to sell you the smartphone for just £29 if you are willing to sign a £30/month Ultimate Internet 500 contract.
There's also a Pay As You Go offer, which comes with a heftier £399 initial fee plus an additional £15 for unlimited data, 300 any-network minutes, and 3,000 texts for 30 days.
"The Bond Phone," as the Xperia T is also known as in the UK, features some impressive build quality and Three is also throwing in two Xperia SmartTags for NFC connectivity, which were not present in the retail package of our review unit. Speaking of our review, you can find it here.
Note that the Bond Phone edition is only available from O2.
Free at CPW from £26 on orange
Sony would never stoop as low as putting Windows on a phone. they like to have an OS you can actually customise and that they can actually make some money from
You guys have to have cex with them first to get it fast? Sorry i'll reword that, you have to Root it first? Like for adding overclocking kernels so you can run benchmarks all day and have a mass-debate on who's faster? Make a WP8 Sony. Yo...