Sony Mobile announces Xperia T3 smartphone

Sony Mobile has introduced the Xperia T3, which is crafted in a stainless steel frame.

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Despite its stainless steel frame, the Xperia T3 weighs 148 grams and has dimensions of 150.7 x 77 x 7mm.

The stainless steel frame ensures that its slim design feels “sturdy and durable,” while also functioning as an antenna. The back cover is designed with a matte finish, helping the Xperia T3 to feel “slim and light” in the hand. The Xperia T3 also has an aluminum power button.

The Xperia T3 also has a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor and a 2,500mAh battery.

Built with Sony’s BRAVIA technologies, the Xperia T3 has a 5.3″ 1520×720 HD TRILUMINOS display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2. Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 offers “redder reds and bluer blues” and an IPS display that can be enjoyed from any angle.

The Xperia T3 has an 8-megapixel rear camera with Exmor RS for mobile, which enables exceptional pictures “even in changing environments.” HDR for video enables exceptional video “even when back-lit.” SteadyShot enables photos to come out “smooth and distortion-free.”

Social Live enables users to broadcast memories as they happen live on Facebook. It also lets you see and share comments in real time. AR effect enables users to add new sound effects and animations to photos and videos.

Timeshift burst takes 31 photos in two seconds. Creative effects allow users to change colors, add image trails or mirror effects. The feature is available in real-time while recording video. Portrait Retouch enables users to add makeup and deco frame among other things in real time.

The Xperia T3 features Android 4.4 KitKat with Xperia Transfer to help move between another Android/iOS device to the T3. Xperia Transfer helps users move contacts, photos, bookmarks, apps, music and messages among other things. It can be done via a PC/Mac or an Android/iOS with Xperia Transfer Mobile2.

The Xperia T3 will be available globally at the end of July.

Source: Sony


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