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Xperia T

Written by Barry G. Posted in Devices

Hardware Devices XperiaT

Xperia T is incredibly slick.  From feeling the arc shape design for the first time to the entire OS and how Sony have customised Android themselves.  What is the stand out feature of the Xperia T?  The display... it is ridiculously sharp!  Whether you are watching a movie, playing a game or browsing the internet, it's all displayed to every detail almost

Specification

1.5GHz Dual Core Snapdragon S4

1GB Ram

16 GB Internal Storage + Micro SD card slot

4.6 Inch Mobile Bravia with Mineral Glass

1850 MHa Battery

13.1 MP Camera

 

Current Software Version: Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich

 

What we think?

The Xperia T is the best Xperia device to date and the software just runs an absolute dream, it genuinely does.  The HD screen is not obstructed with unusual design and feels centrally aligned, unlike with the Xperia S.  This is the first European Xperia that has no physical hardware buttons and just the on screen buttons like with the proper Nexus devices.

The performance us just seemless with very little lagging on anything that I have chucked to its hardware yet.  Whether this is basic media browsing, internet or everday messaging stuff.  As for gaming, well, I have yet to see one force close or frozen app yet.

The downsides to it, is the battery is just basic.  For a phone it's ok but for a gaming device, I find a small journey wil eat away 10% easily and leaves the back feeling very warm.  So after a gaming session, you know about it.  

Pros:

* Display is amazingly clear & Vivid

* The Arc design makes this beautiful to hold and use

* Performance of the OS and processor ensures a slick experience

Cons

* Average battery life

* Snapdragon platform is not supported as much as Tegra by developers

* MHL restricts USB on the Go functionality

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