So much for all that fuss about limited Sony Xperia T SIM-free availability. UK-based online retailer Unlocked Mobiles is now offering the Sony Mobile flagship for sale, stand-alone and unlocked for just £414.98 inc. VAT. That's a surprisingly reasonable price tag, considering the phone comes packed with a dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 1GB of RAM, a 4.6-inch, 720p HD Reality Display and 13MP rear camera.
Unlocked Mobiles claims it's the first online retailer the UK to offer the Xperia T SIM-free, so if you'd rather not venture into your nearest Phones4U store, then you may want to check out what they're offering. The Xperia T is a sleek piece of kit indeed, and not every Sony flagship goes on sale £100 cheaper than the competition..
For more on the Sony Xperia T, check out our hands-on coverage with Sony's 2012 range at IFA.
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