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The Xperia T3 features a stainless steel frame with a "mirrored" finish

With companies like Apple, Samsung, and HTC taking up the bulk of the attention when it comes to smartphones, it’s easy to forget that Sony makes some high-quality devices running Google’s dominant Android operating system.
 
Today, Sony is looking to add a bit of a “premium” feel to the mid-range smartphone market with the introduction of the Xperia T3, which Sony claims is the “world’s slimmest” 5.3” smartphone at just 7 mm thick. The 5.2-ounce Xperia T3 is wrapped in a stainless steel frame that Sony says, “‘mirrors’ the world around you.”

 
Given it’s positioning in Sony’s smartphone lineup, the Xperia T3 comes with a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 720p TRILUMINOS display (277 PPI), and an 8MP Exmor RS rear camera. A 2,500 mAh battery feeds the smartphone, which Sony says is good for 688 hours of standby, 8 hours of video playback, and nearly 13 hours of talk time.

 
The Xperia T3 will be available in white, black, and purple when it launches next month.

Sources: Sony [1], [2]



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Looks nice
By atechfan on 6/3/2014 8:15:47 AM , Rating: 2
Sony designs nice looking phones. A mirrored finish sounds like a fingerprint magnet though. Maybe if they had some sort of oleophobic coating that would help. Screen res is not great, but it is acceptable on a 4.5 inch screen. I tend to like Sony's designs. I wish they'd make some Windows Phones.




RE: Looks nice
By BRB29 on 6/3/2014 8:20:40 AM , Rating: 3
They can really shrink the top and bottom bezel, especially the bottom.


RE: Looks nice
By Doh! on 6/3/2014 10:22:02 AM , Rating: 2
And the side bezel as well. LG does it really well when making tiny bezel phones. I would like to get the Xperia though.


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