Sony Launching Xperia T3 in Hong Kong Soon

By | July 11, 2014
Xperia-T3


Hong Kong is first market to get Sony Xperia T3, Recently Sony had announced that this new smart device going to be launch first at Hong Kong in the next week probably on Monday July 14th a more mid range from their 2014 line up. The price tag of this new smart phone is around HK$ 2,998 (£226, €284, $387) and available in three colors.



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This Smartphone T3 is slightly less featured pack when it comes to specifications, but the Sony Follows that up with a lower price to soften the blow of not having some of the cooler features found in the Xperia Z2 and other devices. You should not expect Dust and Water proof for this Smart phone. But the device comes with RAM of 3 GB and sport a camera of 20.7 megapixel That is too expected for a device that will cost roughly $385 USD. The RAM is actually set 1 GB and the Internal memory is chooped in half from some of the sony’s other top end devices this year, dropping from 16GB to 8GB.



This device comes with  5.3 inches with 720 pixel resolution display and packs with a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU processor. This mobile comes with 1 GB of RAM as mentioned earlier and runs on Android Operating system 4.4 Kitkat . This Xperia T3 comes with 8 GB of Internal memory and sports primary camer of 8 megapixel Exmor RS camera on the back and secondary camera of 1.1.megapixel camera facing on the front of the camera. The features of this mobile includes LTE Category 4 (150 mbps) and connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth, DLNA. When comes to battery this packs 2500 mAh non removable battery. The main asset of this phone is User Interface. This device comes in three colors namely black purple white.



Specifications

  • Display : 5.3 inches with 720 pixel
  • Processor :  1.4 GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU
  • RAM : 1 GB
  • ROM : 8GB
  • Front Camera : 1 megapixel
  • Rare camera : 8 megapixel
  • OS : Android Kitkat


Author: Micheal Edward Tansey

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