The Sony Xperia T is expected to land in stores in select European markets in the coming days. So it’s really about time that we finally see the unboxing video of the James Bond phone.
Since we have yet to get our hands on the phone to do the ritual ourselves, the deed was done by the folks at Telekom Presse. Check out the video below.
It’s a fairly quick unboxing video. If a comedy introduction in German isn’t your cup of tea, you can fast forward to 00:46 to go straight to the undressing part. Once you’re done admiring the view on the packaging, which ties in nicely to the 23rd 007 flick, called Skyfall, you’ll see the standard removal process of the phone from the box, as well as the accessories that it comes with inside.
The tie-in goes further than just the exterior, because the Xperia T also boasts various exclusive James Bond content, such as wallpapers and ringtones. Thanks to Xperiablog, you can now enjoy the content ahead of its official release. The wallpapers should work on any phones with HD display. Hit the source to get the download link.
Anyone planning to get the Sony Xperia T when it’s out?
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