Xperia T (LT30at) for AT&T passes through the FCC

by XB on 19th September 2012

in Xperia T


Sony Mobile and AT&T may be keeping quiet about the release of the Xperia T (LT30at) in the United States, but we all know it is coming. Now the handset has passed through the FCC possibly highlighting an imminent announcement. This particular version supports LTE bands 2, 4, 5 and 17, meaning it will be compatible with AT&T’s LTE network (bands 4 and 17). We’ll keep you posted as soon as it’s announced for the US.

Via Blog of Mobile.

Thanks Dacha!

  • lovebmw

    i live in the US but in 5 months leaving to UAE, I wish if someone can tell me about the LTE bands, it looks like the UAE uses LTE 3, so does the At&t version of this phone work in the UAE LTE3? or do the LTE bands have to exactly match?

    if they have to exactly match then what is the LTE # for the TX, or the T in Europe?

  • Lewis Chiverton

    All I need to see now is a firm release date.

  • Donny

    I’ve heard that Xperia T is also workable in T-mobile 4G Lte network. Does anybody else heard so?

  • Mark

    I have one in hand. A prototype/test unit. It’s slick. I’ve been comparing it to a HTC One X. Really can’t decide which I like more, but I think I like the Sony because it feels heavier but stronger and the MicroSD slot is nice and Sony Mobile has been real cool toward AOSP and Cyanogenmod. The dual core processor is a bit of a bummer though. Considering a Note II or a HTC One X+ as an alternative.

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