IFA 2012 is now taking place in Berlin and as expected a whole of smartphones and tablets are being announced from a variety of manufacturers. One such manufacturer is Sony who've announced their new flagship smartphone the Xperia T.
The Sony Xperia T is the successor to the Xperia S and will be James Bond's phone of choice in the new movie Skyfall. For the record it's the same smartphone that was originally leaked as the LT30i, which was also known as the Mint.
Sony's Xperia T has a huge 4.6 inch Mobile Bravia 2 touch-screen which runs at a resolution of 1280*720 pixels. Powering the smartphone is a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor which works in combination with 1GB of RAM.
The stunning 13 mega-pixel camera featured on the Xperia T is one of the highlights of the smartphone which can record full HD video, while it also has a front-facing camera capable of recording 720p HD video.
Sony's flagship smartphone also supports 4G LTE, One-Touch NFC, MHL connectivity and is a Playstation certified device. When the Xperia T launches it'll run on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, but will be upgradable to Jelly Bean shortly after its launch.
The Sony Xperia T, which is known as the TX in some markets, will be available in the next few weeks and will come in a choice of Black, Silver and White.
By Simon Thomas on 30th August, 2012