Sony India on Wednesday introduced the Xperia T3 that features a stunning new quad-core processor within a beautifully crafted stainless steel frame. It weighs only 148 grams and the steel used in the frame adds to its slim and durable profile.
It also features Sony’s BRAVIA technology with a high-resolution 5.3 inches HD TRILUMINOS display for mobile. So you get better viewing angles for watching videos and pictures.
The Xperia T3 comes with an 8MP camera featuring Exmor RS™ that will allow you to take crisp pictures in challenging lighting conditions. It’s also got an HDR video mode for a rich multimedia experience. Just like point-and-shoot cameras, it’s got a SteadyShot™ feature which reduces camera shake for sharper images.
With its Quad-core CPU with 1.4 GHz processor, you can expect smooth multitasking. Besides, the Xperia™ Transfer is an ultra-easy, safe and simple app that’ helps you move your contacts, photos, bookmarks, apps, music, messages and much more from your old Android or iOS device to your new Xperia T3.
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