Xperia T, one of the newest smartphones that Sony made official with Google’s Android operating system on board, has just made an appearance over at the FCC, where it received the necessary approvals for being used in the United States.
On the feds’ website
, the handset can be seen in a series of tear-down photos, which are accompanied by a user manual.
At the same time, the listing unveils
that the new device will arrive on shelves in the country with support for pentaband HSPA+ / UMTS, but with no LTE connectivity packed inside it.
The 4.55-inch smartphone
is powered by Android 4.0, rocks a dual-core 1.5GHz application processor inside, and a 13MP camera on the back, along with various other features that one can usually find in today’s high-end smartphones.