It will come with exclusive Bond content and 50GB of cloud storage via Box
Sony Xperia T has just made its debut in the UK, and now the Japanese company announced the smartphone would also be released in Canada as well.Moreover, the Xperia T will hit all Canadian carriers with a few exceptions next month. According to Sony, the smartphone will arrive in November at Bell, Mobilicity, MTS, Rogers and Videotron.
However, other Canadian operators might carry the Xperia T in the future, such as Virgin Mobile and SaskTel. There will be two variants available LTE and HSPA, but both will be black.
There’s more to it as Sony confirmed that the Xperia T would be shipped with “exclusive Bond content including behind the scenes footage, interviews, clips, wallpapers, ring tones, and more.” In addition, those who purchase the smartphone will also be offered 50GB of free cloud storage via Box.
Aside from the stunning 4.6-inch Sony Mobile BRAVIA capacitive touchscreen display that supports HD (720 x 1280 pixels) resolution, it’s worth mentioning that the Xperia T will boast an impressive 13-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, LED flash and full HD (1080p) video recording.
Although the phone will be shipped with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system out of the box, Sony promised a Jelly Bean update would soon be rolled out globally.
Sony Xperia T is equipped with a 1.5 dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon processor built on Krait architecture, an Adreno 225 GPU and 1GB of RAM.
On the inside, the smartphone packs 16GB of storage, which can be further expanded up to 32GB via microSD memory card.
It also packs MHL and DLNA for those who wish to connect their phone to a TV. Xperia T supports 'One-touch' connectivity through NFC (Near Field Communication) as well.
“Entertainment is in our DNA and the Xperia T is the latest example. Offering stylish design, easy connectivity and access to premium entertainment anywhere, anytime, the Bond phone will soon be available to Canadians,” said Peter Farmer, vice president of Marketing for North America, Sony Mobile Communications.