Sony Mobile announced a new range of Xperia phone earlier last month at IFA 2012 in Berlin. Among them, the Xperia T seems to be the company’s new Android flagship smartphone.
Powered by Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, Sony Xperia T will receive a Jelly Bean update, hopefully, by the end of the year.
The smartphone is already available for purchase in the UK and Germany through various authorized resellers and carriers. Customers can grab the Xperia T for free with long-term contracts or for 450 EUR (580 USD) outright.
Although the device has already made its way onto shelves, Sony Mobile continues to advertise the phone’s capabilities.
The most recent promo shows off the phone’s camera features as well as the NFC (Near Field Communication) capabilities, which allows Xperia T users to share pictures with only one touch.
Sony Xperia T comes with an impressive 13-megapixel rear photo snapper, which features autofocus, LED flash and full HD (1080p) video recording. The smartphone also sports a secondary 1.3-megpaixel front-facing camera for video calls.
According to Sony, Xperia T users will be able to “unleash pictures on the world” thanks to the one-touch sharing feature courtesy to NFC technology. Users will simply have to simple tap their Xperia T devices in order to share their favorite pictures.
Aside from these neat features, Sony Xperia T comes equipped with a powerful 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon processor, an Adreno 225 GPU and 1GB of RAM.
On the inside, the smartphone packs 16GB storage which can be further expanded up to 32GB via microSD memory card.
In the same piece of news, Sony and O2UK decided to launch the Xperia T as an exclusive Bond Phone. Basically, the carrier is offering the smartphone with custom Bond ringtones and pre-release pictures.