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Sony Launched 7.7mm-Thin Xperia T3 in India

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Sony, refreshing its mid-range smartphone segment, launched the Xperia T3 in India and the phone will be available starting Monday, 28th July.

It runs Android 4.4 KitKat OS out of the box, and has been launched in a single SIM variant, with no word on if a dual-SIM variant will be available soon. The company is proud of the large-screen smartphone’s slim design, giving it a thickness of 7.7mm, and a weight of 148 grams.

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The T3 is a distinct looking device and it features a stainless steel frame around the sides, which immediately sets it apart from other mid-range Sony phones, which normally feature matte plastic on the sides. The Android smartphone from Sony features a 5.3-inch (720×1280 pixel) HD Triluminos display powered by a BRAVIA Engine 2. The display offers a pixel density of 277ppi. A quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (MSM8228) processor powers the device, clocked at 1.4GHz, with 1GB of RAM.

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The smartphone sports an 8MP rear camera with auto focus Sony Exmor RS for mobile image sensors. The Xperia T3’s rear camera comes with features such as scene detection, HDR, face recognition, red-eye reduction, sweep Panorama and geo tagging. It also houses a 1.1-megapixel front-facing camera.

In terms of connectivity, Xperia T3 supports Wi-Fi, Miracast, NFC, LTE and A-GPS. It comes with 2500mAh battery promising standby time of up to 688 hours and talk time of up to 12 hours 46 minutes. It will be available in three colour options including Black, Purple and White.

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The high pricing of the device may cost them some of their potential buyers, especially when there are so many great alternatives available. The Nexus 5, LG G2 and the Galaxy S4 come within the same price range and feature better specs.

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8 comments
TanmoySaha
TanmoySaha

I don't understand the marketing strategy of Sony & its devices.Why people will buy an overpriced device just because of its designs & aesthetics rather than specs? The T3 comes with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor i mean a phone with a price tag of more than 25k maybe, will feature an S400..!!?? Coming to the display,only an 277ppi.No gorilla glass,etc etc the list goes way long.
If they continue like this, the Xperia will see the same fate as viao.

TanmoySaha
TanmoySaha

I don't understand the marketing strategy of Sony & its devices.Why people will buy an overpriced device just because of its designs & aesthetics rather than specs? The T3 comes with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor i mean a phone with a price tag of more than 25k maybe, will feature an S400..!!?? Coming to the display,only an 277ppi.No gorilla glass,etc etc the list goes way long. If they continue like this, the Xperia will see the same fate as viao.