Testing of Sony Xperia T

By: Cathrine Mckay


The design of the Sony Xperia T seems to divide opinion. We have shown several people at MobileTest, and people love or hate. The unit is in line with some of the newer phones Sony, such as the Sony Xperia Tipo. It is indeed all angles and square, and it uses the same material slightly grainy, rubbery and textured

The difference lies in the use of a monocoque chassis. The Xperia T is also based Xperia models (Sony Ericsson), with a concave rear panel. The contrast between this panel and the rest rounded silhouette square rather interesting. The edges are halfway between the Sony Xperia S and Sony Xperia Arc. They are wider than the Arc but remain well defined and elegant rendering.

Sony has been working on the details. Jack and physical control buttons on the sides of the unit are all brushed metal, which goes well with the black frame of the phone. The bezel around the screen is also very thin, which gives a more premium look and physical buttons are a "click" enjoyable and satisfying when pressed. The camera exceeds slightly the monocoque chassis (about 2 mm). The goal itself is recessed, which signfie it is well protected and less likely to scratch

The phone has no buttons solid (except for the control buttons on the side, of course). It depends entirely on the touch buttons Android. The build quality is typical of what we are accustomed to Sony. The unit is solid, it fits comfortably in hand and the materials seem to be of good quality. The device is monocoque MicroSIM and MicroSD ports are hidden under flaps on the side. The result is not great, but this problem is not inherent to the phone or Sony: no manufacturer has yet to find a way to make these tabs visually pleasing!

In summary, the Sony Xperia T is a well designed. However, apart from the concave rear panel, it is not very original

Display
Sony has equipped the Smartphone with a 4.55-inch LCD running course with Mobile Bravia technology. The glass is unbreakable and scratch-resistant, and the resolution is 1280 x 720 pixels (323 dpi). The quality is impressive since the pixel density is comparable to that of the iPhone 5, while the screen is almost one inch more.

In this area, the Sony Xperia T offers what is the best on the market. This configuration works well for Android traditionally, especially for newer versions and better optimized (Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean). The unit is also capable of handling the games and applications most demanding Google Play (NOVA 3, Shadowgun, etc. Trigger Dead). However, it should be noted that certain elements of the user interface Sony (formerly called Timescale) seem to be a bit laborious, even with a configuration as powerful.

For example, the phone comes with a wide selection of pre-installed widgets on the home screen. When you turn on the device or you exit the standby mode, it may show slow.

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Cathrine Mckay is one of many experts working for New nokia lumia. The expertise involves detail understanding of smart phones such as Samsung Galaxy Note 2 New acer Aspire and BlackBerry Z10. He has been writing articles about latest technologies being developed and used in smart phones.

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