Sony is the most recent smartphone maker to field a mid-range item with a large, five or more inch screen size. Reported early today, the Sony Xperia T3 packs a 5.3-inch HD display, and at 7mm thick. Sony says it is the world’s slimmest handset at this screen size. Like the Xperia Z family, the T3’s offering a metallic trim around its edges, with a dedicated camera key and Sony’s signature adjusted power button, however with a more traditionally curved back panel. Dissimilar to Sony’s series of premium cell phones, there is no water or dust safety rating.
The Sony Xperia T3 is powered by a decent 1.4 GHz quad-core processor with a great 2,500 mAh battery, and there is an 8-MP Sony Exmor RS primary camera, complete with the company’s AR effects and other software tweaks. Naturally it is included up with the latest Xperia UI, based on Kitkat 4.4. The display houses an 720p Triluminos with all Sony’s usual software-based image enhancement technology. And also one more thing which you can say a remarkable feature, 4G LTE connectivity is included as well.
The company is promoting the handset’s design and call that the Sony Xperia T3 is “wrapped in a stainless steel frame.” Another feature to highlight is the Xperia T3 is that it supports 4G networks as I told earlier.
The Sony Xperia T3 runs the most recent Android 4.4 KitKat OS out-of-the-box which I guess is the first time that any Sony smartphone is coming with kitkat out-of-the-box. The handset has been launched in a single SIM variant, there might be a chance to launch dual SIM variant to Asian regions.
Watch its promo video: