Xperia TL gets some hands-on impressions

by XB on 05/10/2012

in Videos, Xperia T


AT&T held a media event yesterday, showcasing the Sony Xperia TL (LT30at), amongst other handsets, to the US media. The Sony Xperia TL is basically the US version of the Xperia T (LT30p) apart from the fact that it comes with LTE connectivity. A number of sites posted some initial impressions on the handset, including some hands-on videos. Check out our roundup below.

Android Central: “The TL isn’t quite as thin and light as some of its competitors, but what it lacks in sleekness it makes up for with a beautiful display — this 4.6-inch Sony HD Reality Display packs a 720 x 1280 resolution, powered by Sony’s Bravia Engine. It’s a stunner, and lands itself in the upper echelon of smartphone displays. Colors are crisp and remarkably natural, with impressive brightness and remarkable viewing angles.”

Engadget: “With a 720p HD Reality display powered by the outfit’s Mobile BRAVIA Engine, you’d expect superb readability from the handset, especially in the dim light of this event. Though colors on the panel are bright and viewing angles seem to hold up fairly well, we did take issue with its overall brightness. Even pumped up to max, the screen just seemed a bit too dark for our tastes.”

Laptop Mag

PhoneDog

The Verge: “The focus is on the 13-megapixel rear camera, however, which shot quickly from frame to frame and the time from opening the app to taking the first shot was at least a second faster than on a Galaxy Nexus we tested against. In the dimly-lit environment of AT&T’s event tonight in New York City, shots both with and without the flash impressed with low noise.”

  • JDM

    reading phone reviews from engadget(an i-sheep) is a joke!

  • Hannad Ahmed

    “Colors are crisp and remarkably natural, with impressive brightness and remarkable viewing angles.”

    So we can secure that the Xperia model in the other post ” Xperia T display looks washed out versus Xperia Ion ” was a faulty device..?

  • King

    iPhone is better

  • Roy

    Why are most of my comments getting deleted? I’m not being offensive or rude to anyone, don’t think I’m breaking any rules and being concise and honest in them. Who’s handling this blog’s comment section that find faults with my views thus making them disappear?

    I take time crafting my comments and love to interact with my fellow Sony fan peers, this is uncool. :(

  • rex

    It has happened to me too. And all i was doing was updating a little ‘release date info’ for the xperia V. Strange………

  • http://www.facebook.com/mohd.salim.1023 Mohd Salim

    Can u repost it again..plz

  • InspectorGadget80

    I hate looking at iEngadget reviews and iphonearena their so biased against sony saying its NOT HIGH END WELL FUCK THEMd

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