Sarang, 08 May 2013Is this available in India???yaa men this phone is available in india i am alsoo going too bye it.........
amintha1992, 27 Feb 2013i have had my xperia T LT30a (ulocked) with jellybean 4.1.2(started with 4.0.4) for more than ... moreplease explain how a class 10 microSD would "damage" a phone. that absolutely makes no sense. it's just a microSD card with a very high write/read speed. if anything, it will HELP the phone. apps, photos, videos and music etc. would all be able to be accessed quicker, especially apps and videos. photos taken with the phone's camera will be able to be written to the card faster and therefore the time between being able to take two photos, without using burst mode (which automatically does it), would be shorter because the photo would be written to the card at top speed and the phone would be back to the viewfinder for the next photo quicker.
MalithMax, 07 Apr 2013does anybody how to unlock an Xperia TL LT30at ? Network Unlocked. I own one of the, unfortuna... moreGive AT&T a call in July. I called about having mine unlocked and they said they couldn't do it until after June.
does anybody how to unlock an Xperia TL LT30at ? Network Unlocked. I own one of the, unfortunately it's locked. damn
Where is camera samples from this phone and also loudspeaker test ?????????????????
i wanna buy Xperia.my last one was xperia pro 16ki.bt now i m confused which one shd buy.plz give ur advise ASAP.THANKS.
monas, 04 Dec 2012Ahooi whats the difference between tl+tx,im confusedTL or LT30a/at is for north america (mostly with LTE)
TX is for Asian markets and has a slightly different specs and design.
and the world phone is just T or LT30p
angel143, 15 Dec 2012Sony Xperia T LTE whr I find this phone I try to find out every whr on site but thr is only ex... morexperia T LTE versions are only available in north america throug providers. and they are very interchangeable once you unlock the phone. i am using a rogers xperia T(LT30a) with wind mobile that exclusivly use HSDPA+ 1700/2100 bands. so if you are out of this area then you are out off luck.
read this article
if you are in North america the its not that hard to find a LTE model off of ebay.
lakshith, 23 Feb 2013Use a class 4 32/16GB memory cards, tou won't get any problem as far as i know Class 10 memor... morei have had my xperia T LT30a (ulocked) with jellybean 4.1.2(started with 4.0.4) for more than 2 months now. and i have a class 10 HDHC 32GB patriot memory card that has been inside the phone from the begining and in have never had a problem. and i have tested my class 8 8 GB from my xperia pro MK16i and i was slow, and i could feel it. specially when playing HD content. so there you go that is my eXPEIAance
seroevo, 25 Jan 2013Overall great phone. It's a great size, the Sony tweaks to Android OS are nice, good build qua... moreUse a class 4 32/16GB memory cards, tou won't get any problem as far as i know
Class 10 memory cards are for cameras not for phones. Class 10 can easily damage your phone too
Planed to buy Sony xperia S or T. Which is Better. i know nothing is Best and can't satisfy Human beings. so am asking which one is better ????
Or Kindly give some idea if u have any good suggestion with some other mobile.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA Review
To begin with, I wanted to find something WRONG with the XPERIA phone. Then, I could have returned it and resumed my iPhone life with a clear conscious. Well, I’ve owned the XPERIA for almost 1 week and still have 1 more week of testing it out before I commit to it.
And to tell you the truth, as an iPhone owner for 3 years, I can’t find anything wrong with this phone. I honestly like it…A LOT! I’m new to the Android environment and am overwhelmed with the 85K apps that are out there.
I’ve played with this phone to the extent that I think I know what I’m talking about. The migration from iPhone to Android was difficult. I mean, this is Apple…my pride and joy for over 3 years. I went in to purchase the Samsung G3 but after the sales person introduced this phone to me, and told me that this phone is the best of both worlds (Apple & Samsung merged together as one)…yeah, right.
Well, in short, I think he knew what he was talking about. The processor speed is the XPERIA is the same as the G3.
Functionality, very similar to the iPhone and the 13.1 mega-pixel camera is the best on the market.(Wow)!
Good bye old 35mm camera, besides you were too cumbersome and bulky. The phone is comes with an internal 16G storage. You can also add a micro SD card and expand the phone to 48G. That’s a lot of data.
The apps work like the iPhone; did I forget to mention that there are over eighty-five thousand apps? The other bells and whistles are there too and if I tell you all about them, then I’ll end up spoiling your surprises and your personal WOW factor, so I’ll refrain.
I’ve owned an Ericsson phone before and I LOVED IT! It’s somewhere around here and yes, it still works. With that said, SONY, NO BALONY. Get it, play with it and decide for yourself which is the better phone.
That is if you’re putting down your iPhone. I did…although I still have my iPhone; it’s just charged, hanging around for me to find something wrong with this Xperia. Still nothing…yet :) !
Overall great phone. It's a great size, the Sony tweaks to Android OS are nice, good build quality and feels great in hand (can mostly be used one-handed), great screen and options. Looks great, too.
Downside is that I've had problems with SDHC cards getting corrupted (32GB and 16GB, class 10). Still trying to resolve issue but haven't had one last longer than 2 weeks.