Sony Xperia T3

Sony is the latest handset maker to field a mid-range product with a large, five-plus-inch screen size. Announced this morning, the Sony Xperia T3 packs a 5.3-inch display, and at 7mm thick Sony says it's the world's slimmest handset at this screen size. Like the Xperia Z family, the T3's sporting a metallic trim around its edge, with a dedicated camera key and Sony's signature rounded power button, but with a more traditional rounded back. Unlike Sony's line of premium smartphones, there's no water or dust resistance rating.

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It's powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core processor with a 2,500mAh battery, and there's an 8-megapixel Sony Exmor RS rear camera, complete with the company's AR effects and other software tricks. Naturally it's loaded up with the latest Xperia UI, based on Android 4.4 KitKat. The display is an 720p Triluminos panel with all Sony's usual software-based image enhancement tricks. And naturally, 4G LTE connectivity is included as well.

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Sony debuts super-slim Xperia T3

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Why bring out a phone of this quality and in particular this size and slash the specs in half to that of the Z2 ? I can't even figure out what market this is aimed at.

Why is it ? If you held that up to show someone in a room and boast "my new Z2" I'm pretty sure they would believe you. Don't get me wrong I'm a Sony fan through and through.

How much RAM or did I miss that in the article? Price around $300-$350 and I think it will sell well.
I'd consider it anyway

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