Xperia T AT&T (LT30at) press pic appears

by XB on 4th September 2012

in Xperia T

We all know that the Sony Xperia T will be heading to AT&T in the United States and now we have the first promo pic as evidence. It shows the AT&T logo on the front of the phone, replacing the Xperia logo which appears on the international version of the handset.

The back of the handset also has two lines going across it – one near the camera lens and another near the speaker. We’re not sure whether the inclusion of these lines is a design statement or something related to LTE. Now all we need is a release date from Sony/AT&T.

Update: We have been informed that the lines on the rear are the seams which separate the middle metal part of the phone from the top/bottom plastic parts. A full metallic rear would block out the signal hence this compromise. [Thanks @AmbroosV! ]

Xperia T – AT&T version (LT30at)

Xperia T – International version (LT30p)

Via Phones4U [via Android Central].

  • FMW300

    The middle section is probably the metal battery cover.

  • Lewis Chiverton

    Upgrading from my X10 to this phone for sure.

  • lovebmw

    my guess is somewhere in NOV of this year.

  • Upgrading from my xperia arcS to this phone fo’sho

  • Sami Dawood

    Upgrading from my xperia neo v to this phone for sure.

  • They made the at&t logo the light-up one?! I understand putting they’re logo on the phone, but the luminated one?!

  • The_Newtype

    I simply can not stand physical carrier branding.

  • jj

    another ruined phone by AT&T

  • Khanh NPQ

    X10 still exists :p gezz wat decade u live in? Lol (kidding)

  • dereknobuyuki

    Can someone please explain to me why a metallic cover is better than some other fancy lightweight durable and grippy-enough material?

    Thanks =)

  • dereknobuyuki

    I pretty much did… X10 to the GX. =P
    The kicker I suppose would be that in Japan, the X10 is still on Android 2.1!
    (Don’t blame Sony Ericsson for that… that’s carriers)
    But, thank XDA for interactive governor-ed, undervolted, and highly optimized ROMS

  • Khanh NPQ

    Seen GX, too big/bulky for a phone. And seriously, this T looks paled out and pointless next to the V. Btw, the NTX series design still win over this series design

  • Khanh NPQ

    I wouldnt mind a. Good plastic housing really ( like the GX, SX) But the metallic feels more premium! Remember those days wenbasic phones like Nokia, Vertu uswd to put out luxury phones (like 8800 Sirocco… ?) they allhad expensive metallic material housing! While plastic ones would be used for most of other mid#range phones!

    Same for smart phones these days I guess. You’ll never see iphone is made of plastic again! The Xperia P is exellent I think! The Xperia Ray looks elegant and expensive, even tho its not, just because of the metallic frame! The Xperia Arc tried to look metallic too, but fails

  • Colors???

  • TjaldidTjaldid

    I have the X8 :(

  • Devils_95

    The logo there makes me wanna puke. Horrendous placement.

  • Lewis Chiverton

    Yeah XDA brought new life to my X10, now I have a “X10S”

  • Lewis Chiverton

    Knowing AT&T they will just offer black & white

  • Dacha

    AT&T is only getting the black version. NO white.

  • wccat22fan

    I’m sure AT&T will have this one locked down tight like the Xperia Ion…meaning locked bootloader and no root.

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  • What the hell?! I just bought the Ion and now this news??? Now I have to get this -.-

  • dereknobuyuki


    I like the rubbery non-slip matte surfaces but that makes sense about the metal being “premium”

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