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Sony's 2012 flagship phone sets sail for 'brilliant', passing 'amazing' and 'multi-media powerhouse' along the way. With an incredible 13 megapixel camera, the crispest pictures for enjoying media and the latest version of Android, this smartphone oozes quality.
Eagle-eyed film fans will have spied the amazing Xperia T in the most recent James Bond film, Skyfall. And believe us when we say that this handset really does have a licence to thrill and keep you entertained at all times.
At its heart is its amazing, expansive 4.6-inch high definition screen. Featuring the same Bravia technology as top-end Sony televisions, it offers incredibly rich, pin-sharp images that make it a real pleasure to watch video on your phone.
That applies whether they're the latest blockbusters or clips you've captured with the brilliant 13 megapixel camera, which records full 1080p HD video to really bring the best out of your mini movies. And it's just as good at still images too, starting up in less than a second, while a secondary front-facing camera handles video calls with aplomb.
Near Field Communications (NFC) technology is on board too. This means you'll be able to swipe your card over a reader in shops and cafes to pay for goods and services.
Better still is that NFC allows you to simply and seamlessly pair your phone to compatible devices, such as stereo speakers, simply by touching them together. And you'll even be able to swap songs and other files with friends by tapping their handset against your own.
As with all Android phones, choose the Xperia T and you'll benefit from a selection of hundreds of thousands of apps and games to choose from - many of which cost nothing to download. And if you're quick and buy your phone before the end of 2012, you can expect two months' free use of Sony's digital music streaming service Music Unlimited too.
Other features of the Xperia T include 16GB of internal memory, microSD card support up to 32GB, a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, free, pre-installed Google apps and a document viewer.