Sony Xperia T arriving on AT&T: press shots with carrier's logo surface
Interestingly, the AT&T-inscripted Xperia T has a slightly different design than the international version. The back is divided clearly into three sections, while the international version of the phone features a smooth, uninterrupted back cover.
Could this be because the AT&T-bound Sony Xperia T has to integrate LTE radios? We don’t know, but that’s one likely reason. There are no details like pricing or a release date, nor an official confirmation by the carrier, but we guess we’d be hearing more about this soon, so stay tuned.
source: Phones4U via Android Central
1. 09wbd03516 (banned) posted on 04 Sep 2012, 07:25 4
There are two version : T and TX
T has non removable battery with 1850mah
TX is removable but only 1750mah
Why ATT dont give us the non removable one?
And take that! Verizon!
9. Dr.Phil posted on 04 Sep 2012, 16:15 2
I am actually surprised to hear someone say they wanted the non-removable battery version. Usually people would say they would want the removable battery in case they want to replace the battery with a bigger one or replace the battery after it has gone through its normal cycle.
2. InspectorGadget80 posted on 04 Sep 2012, 08:02 1
SWEET!!!! CAN'T WAIT!!!! So glad I waited for this moment!
5. Mitchel posted on 04 Sep 2012, 08:33 2
Sexy phone with a classy UI.. Give it a SLCD2 screen display, Jelly Bean and 2 GB RAM, this will be the ultimate s**t.
7. Mitchel posted on 04 Sep 2012, 08:39 1
I agree.. It ruins the whole aesthetics. But this is still a one hell sexy phone.. I think it is more sexier than HTC One X black variant.. :)
10. bigstrudel posted on 04 Sep 2012, 17:00 1
Very sleek phone running minimalist UI, battery sipping dual core processor and impressive benchmarks; the new Xperia's are bound to be very smooth and reliable daily driver.
11. BigDnm01 posted on 04 Sep 2012, 18:41 1
That sucks, AT&T gets all the great phones, (Xperia x10, Xperia Play, Xperia Ion) and now the Xperia T while I'm stuck with T-mobile USA and 2nd- no, 3rd-rate phones.
Well, I was gonna buy the non-US, unlocked version anyway. which is awesome because I don't like the carrier brand on any phone. XPERIA is all I need.
I'm just wondering if the spec/ hardware are the same? is it true Xperia T have 1700/2100 mhz radio band required for T-Mobile USA 3G- and 4G- networks?