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The Sony Xperia T, which was unveiled at IFA a few weeks ago, may very well be headed to T-Mobile after its FCC filing has revealed support for pentaband HSPA+ networks, but no LTE. Of course, AT&T is still a possibility, but so far we've only seen official announcements across the UK on Vodafone, Three UK, and O2, where we're expecting it to launch soon. As a quick reminder, the Sony Xperia T is shaping up to be a pretty sweet piece of hardware. Here are the specs.

  • 4.6-inch 1280 x 720 touchscreen
  • 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260 processor
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 13 megapixel camera with LED flash
  • 7 hours talk time, 450 hours standby

For a closer look, be sure to check out our hands-on video with the Sony Xperia T, or dive into the user manual released by the FCC

Via: Engadget


Reader comments

Sony Xperia T's visit to the FCC hints at T-Mobile launch


I like this phone, would love to see more of their phones in the USA. The fact that they seem to be working closely with Google is potentially a great thing too.

Nice to see Sony coming back to T-Mobile. This phone is so much nicer than the ION.BTW, it won't let me see the Manual. Update 14hrs later: Manual's available now.

Ugh, only has a dual core S3? So close Sony....give me this phone with a dual core S4 and I will throw my money at you.

This article lists the wrong SOC, methinks. Everything else I've seen on the T says it's a Snapdragon S4. When I saw the band specs, I became greatly interested in this phone as I contemplate a switch to pre-paid.

I was under the impression that the T was using the S4 processor too.However I thought all the S4s were LTE equipped. Is there a version with HSPA+ only? If T-Mobile is using an older,non-LTE S3 then I retract my overly hopeful opinion. The difference between the S3 and S4 is THAT much.