A killer feature of the Xperia T is the stunning 4.6inch display that Sony has squeezed 1,280×720 pixels onto. Defeating the Samsung Galaxy S3’s screen, this offers a sharp multi-media experience for watching HD videos or playing games on. There’s 16GB of memory (expandable up to 32GB via micro SD) and 50GB of free cloud storage offered by Sony through its Android Box service. The Xperia T’s body is fit for a starring role on screen. 9.4mm thick, slender arch back, nice rubber texture materials and weighing a light 139g, it’s a real beauty.
To make it stand out from the burgeoning Android handset market Sony have fused a meaty 13MP camera on the back (a full 5MP more than the Galaxy S3). Touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection, image stabilisation and LED flash; it’s a camera that Q would have been proud to have made. Plus there’s crisp full HD (1080p) video recording and a front facing camera for video calls. The spe