The big differences of xperia t & tx was only battery..xperia t cant removeble battries but xperia tx can be removeble..and some design also multitouch fingers t was 4,,tx 10..all performence was same..that all
Anonymous, 31 Aug 2012is this phone upgradable to jelly beanYup. In other good news, Sony is also looking into producing some models with pure Android. No skin.
This is Snapdragon S4 MSM 8260-A and Adreno 225 device. There was a mistake on startup (thanks to Sony`s "the best" presentation - i`m dissapointed in it). Device is great I think.
Difference between Mint and Hayabusa is in countries where they will be sold ;)
sagilian gal , 30 Aug 2012I think that people really need to give Sony a chance Sony phones are awesome they might not h... moreyes i know if only sony supported USA more or at all i am still waiting for decent sony phone to come to usa with tmobile support i hope one of this come to us so i can buy it i like sony.
Steve, 31 Aug 2012The last 5 months I am looking at all release of flagship android devices. I've decided that a... moreGo ahead...its a super nice phone and in thailand i think here is super price drop in sony....you're lucky..And about the discussions of QUAD n DUAL Cores are stupid...it'll give you a very smooth and sound performance....Good Luck...;)
So it got a bit higher benchmark score than the S3 but with half the stand-by time and talk time,yeah that seems like a good deal.
Lol the stand-by time and talk time is half of that on the S3..this phone's battery won't last more than 3 or 3.5 hours on heavy usage.
what's the MAIN difference between this and Xperia T??? apart from design, there's no major difference.
quad core is quad core, and it will always be.. there is no single core CPU which can be better in Real Life than dual core, same way, there is no dual core cpu that can beat quad core in real life performance ;)
Xperia TX has Adrena 220 & 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM8260-A Dual Core as per the White paper
Please make corrections :)
The last 5 months I am looking at all release of flagship android devices. I've decided that after 15 years of dedication to Nokia I'll switch to android. Symbian doesn't make any sense and I try to avoid windows as much as possible (in all my personal devices, laptop, desktop, tablet, I use Linux). Anytime the last 5 months that a flagship android was released I was saying, wait for the next one. Now I am 1005 sure that Sony Xperia t (or TX, depends what will come to Thailand) will be my next phone. Absolutely loved the device from the specs and look. Especially the design is amazing. For sure having an Xperia diversifies someone from the millions of "rounded boxes" phones that are out there. Specs are fantastic and this discussion on double and quad core is a bit artificial. The architecture of the device is much more important than the core (when we are in similar categories). The last Sony I had, was the Sony CMD Z1, I know it is very old but you can find it in these pages. It was an amazing phone 15 years ago. I am very sure that the Xperia T will be an amazing phone also. I am just waiting to see when it will be released in Thailand.
AnonD-1846, 30 Aug 2012After Sony and LG beat Samsung on CPU performance, Google will launch 5 Nexus phones which i... moreNext to come: the galaxy nexus II, XPERIA Nexus (both are high-end smartphones) and the optimus nexus (mid-end).
Yeaah,I will surely not get an s3 and go for this because it gets tiny bit more benchmark score combined with a crappy/small screen,crappy battery,terrible software support(xperia S won't get JB) and crappy radio.Seems like a good deal ^^ lol.