Xperia TL product page live, press pictures too

by XB on 2nd October 2012

in Xperia T


The Sony Xperia TL (LT30at) was formally announced yesterday for AT&T in the United States and now the product page for the handset has appeared. In most respects, the Xperia TL is identical to the Sony Xperia T (LT30p), save for the fact that it has LTE and a metallic rear cover.

The press renders show that the middle part of the rear of the phone is separated from the top and bottom, highlighting a different material in use compared to the plastic rear of the Xperia T which has no separation. We’re still waiting to see how this looks in the flesh, however AT&T hasn’t given us a scheduled launch date, so we may be waiting a while for these to appear.

Xperia TL

Xperia TL

Xperia TL

Xperia TL

Xperia TL

  • LOL

    a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p r s t u v w z

  • king of bloatware

    that at&t logo looks like a piece of sh*t. anybody agrees?

  • Memo

    You missed the Q asshole

  • James King

    Look for it the beginning of November.

  • Franco Barber

    The list of UMTS/HSPA and LTE frequencies supported on the Sony product page seems to be different from the list that was in the documents on the FCC site a few weeks ago. Notably missing on the Sony product page is AWS HSPA support. The LTE list seems shorter too, but I’m not immediately sure what’s changed there.

  • donny

    x and y too..

  • AnP

    Will we get to see an UNLOCKED LTE Xperia T?

  • Make.Believe(r)

    Let’s talk about User Interface.
    I fucking hate Timescape UI, it’s so artless and so bored, i hope one day Sony will create something new, really cool and creative. Yeah! I love Sharp’s FEEL UX, it looks good but i do believe in Sony that can do better.

  • IMO the Sony UI is the best of all UI’s, by far

  • Guest

    If only those separations are for a removable battery cover…

  • MG

    It does have LTE but is lacks two of the five HSDPA freaquencies the xperia T has.

  • Rune Christiansen

    Yeah I think it’s the prettiest. I like the clean professional blackness of it. I’d wish there were more special features like the other UI’s have, though.

  • Fraulein

    The UI is not called Timescape, old “urban legend”

  • crazychef

    the missing frequency 1700 is part of t-mobile network in the u.s. the TL is tunned to work for att. the frequencies listed in the sony global page for the T and TX are for the global unlocked version of the phones meaning you can use any carrier that uses a sim card.
    but att is not going to let anybody ruin their james bond party except for the iphone5 of course.

  • Joses Lemmuela

    Yeah, it’s UXP NXT, and I do agree that it’s the best in terms of interface, and elegantness, especially if the phone can handle Cosmic Flow smoothly.

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