Although some Xperia TL users on AT&T reported getting the smooth and buttery Android 4.1.2 bump ever since two weeks ago, the carrier has only made the upgrade official earlier today.
Sony’s Jelly Bean counter, which has been especially set up for Xperia T owners, has been serving satisfied customers all over the world for a month, except those in the US. Now, it’s Xperia TL’s turn to get the update.
We didn’t really need Sony to tell us Jelly Bean is currently “buttering up” the Xperia T and V,but it’s nice to hear the reports we’ve been getting for a week or so are the result of an organized software rollout.
If you’re wondering how the buttery smooth Jelly Bean will run on the device, check out the video (in Vietnamese) that one lucky owner of the Xperia TL has uploaded.
One thing is for certain: Sony isn’t going to let trends in the Android world dictate how it designs its phones. Both the Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at) and the Xperia TX LT29i are gorgeously designed, standing out from the competition — thanks to their curved backs, 13 MP shooters, and gorgeous displays. Both of these phones, however, also stand out for another reason. While a lot of competitors are producing quad-core beasts, these two Sony devices are equipped with dual-core processors. Does this mean that these phones have been left behind? The Xperia T is best known as…
The Sony Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at on AT&T in the U.S.) is a gorgeous device bearing Sony’s unique design, but Sony isn’t the only smartphone manufacturer out there that knows how to design a phone. The LG Optimus G was LG’s latest offering to the market, and it certainly did not disappoint either. Not only was it a powerful phone, it was quite attractive, as well, especially with its glittering backpanel. With Google and LG’s collaboration to produce the Nexus 4 E960, you can now find a similarly beautiful glittering backpanel on the latest phone in the Nexus…
It isn’t uncommon for Android devices to have reputations. The Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 is considered by many to be the King of Android phones, and with good reason. According to Samsung, it sold 30 million Galaxy S3 units during the first 150 days after the phone was released in May. The Sony Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at on AT&T in the U.S.), on the other hand, did not quite gain a reputation. Rather, Sony has attached James Bond’s name to the device. That’s right — Agent 007, man of charisma, charm, and exquisitely tailored suits, has his name…
Both the Apple iPhone 5 and the Sony Xperia T are great phones, but how do they fare against each other? What are their strengths and shortcomings? Which one you should pick up this holiday season? Find out in our post.
Whether you love or hate the James Bond franchise, you can’t deny that the movies inject a lot of pretty gadgets. One of them is the Sony Xperia T LT30p, marketed in the U.S. as the LTE-capable variant known as the Xperia TL LT30at. In this post, we take a closer look at the new dual-core Android phone from Sony, the Sony Xperia T LT30p, also known as the Xperia TL LT30at.
Amazon Wireless has lowered the price of the AT&T Sony Xperia TL smartphone as low as you can go without being free. The handset is currently selling for just one penny on a two-year agreement.