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Sony Xperia review
Ilse Jurriën : March 18th 2013 - 12:25 CET
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SonySony Xperia T review op LetsGoMobile : The Sony Xperia T phone has a sleek design with a chic look and a slight curve on the back. The Xperia smartphone runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, in combination with Sony’s TimeScape user interface. One of the highlights of the Xperia T is the screen, which is a 4.55-inch TFT touchscreen that is scratch resistant and can reproduce 16 million colors in HD resolution (1280x720). Additionally, the Sony Xperia T features a 13 megapixel digital camera. LetsGoMobile has put this Xperia smartphone to the test.

• Read the full Sony Xperia T review at LetsGoMobile.
Sony XPERIA review

Sony Xperia review
LetsGoMobile adds: "While shooting with the Sony Xperia T, right away you notice that the resolution decreases when you shoot in a 16:9 ratio. You can only use the full 13 megapixels in a 4:3 ratio; otherwise the resolution decreases to a maximum of 10 megapixels. However, this is still more than enough for taking nice, detailed photographs. The camera has a reasonable amount of settings, think of red eye reduction and laugh detection. You can even take panorama photos and geotag photos. A great advantage is the Quick Capture technology, which allows you to shoot photos quickly, even when the Xperia phone is locked."

XPERIA review

Sony Xperia smartphone review
LetsGoMobile continues: "Some might find the design boring, but I am personally quite charmed by the minimalist design of the Sony Xperia T. Sony’s new top model combines the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system with its own TimeScape user interface, which makes the Xperia T a unique Android smartphone. Operation is fast and easy, social media is integrated in a high quality way." Read the full Sony Xperia T review at LetsGoMobile.
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