Sony’s latest flagship Xperia T smartphone is now available for purchase in Europe. The phone initially was expected to debut in early September, but it is nice later than never, right?
The folks in UK, France, and Germany now can get their wallet out for their purchasing pleasure if you’re impressed enough with this Sony’s baby.
The UK’s online retailers Phones4U and the Carphone Warehouse both are offering the device. The device is being offered with O2, Vodafone and Orange contracts. Both retailers are offering the device for free on plans starting at £26 per month. And as usual, you need to sign up for a new 2-years agreement.
Interestingly, Phones4U promises September 27 delivery date for the device.
Moving on, those in France can get started with Orange website for their purchasing pleasure. However, the retailer is offering the James Bond version of the device and it is tagged at €79.90.
As of Germany, the new Xperia T can be purchased through O2 retailer for only €1. Though, you will cost an additional amount of €22.5 per month for the next 2 year.
On the other hand, in Ireland the phone will also be available through O2 and will cost €449 on PAYG. Preorders are available at the time being though the retailer expects stock on October 1st.
Following is the quick spec run-down of the Xperia T that you might want to head over to.
- 4.5-inch (1280 x 720p) HD display with Sony’s BRAVIA Engine
- 1.5GHz dual-core processor
- Android 4.0 ICS (upgradable to Jelly Bean)
- 1GB of RAM
- 13MP back snapper
- 16GB of internal storage (expandable upto 32GB via MicroSD card)
- NFC capability