Xperia T2 Ultra dual available in India for INR 25,990

by XB on 19th March 2014

in Xperia T2 Ultra

Xperia T2 Ultra dual InfibeamSony India has this morning announced that the Xperia T2 Ultra dual will go on sale in the region tomorrow with a recommended retail price of INR 25,990 (£256, €306, $426). The dual version of the phone is the only one that will be available in India when it goes on sale across all Sony Centers, Xperia Flagship stores and other retailers in the region. Online retailer Infibeam already has the handset in stock for INR 24,990 in all three colours (black, purple and white).

The Xperia T2 Ultra dual has a 6-inch 720p IPS display, 13MP camera and 1.4 GHz Qualcomm MSM8928 Quad Core chipset with Adreno 305 graphics. Other specs include 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage (4.8GB usable), 1.1MP front-facing camera and a 3000mAh battery.

Xperia T2 Ultra dual Infibeam

Thanks Anurag, Ashis and Nishanth!

  • Darshan

    Awesome price man… I already orderd 1… cnt wait to get it in ma hands…

  • Anukul

    Mark my word when I say, “This is an amazing value for money” . Good job sony !

  • Abhijit Biswas

    At this price? Its like the moto g at this price! So much promising hardware for such less price! Incredible, making this any cheaper would mean selling this for free!

  • Vignesh Raja

    perfectly priced, Keep it up sony.

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  • Muthukrishnan Ramasamy

    I bought it a week back.
    Sound and Video are good,
    Screen size is perfect for a Phablet
    Weight is really less for this size.

    But I miss the following features
    * Proximity Sensor
    * Gestures
    * Not so good User Experience.
    – Contacts from my Nokia Symbian received as vcf files. Contacts app has feature to importing them, but had to select 5 hundred contacts one by one.
    – No direct dial/direct message widget.
    – Adding a single contact is not available in widget but hidden inside contacts app.
    – Merging two known contacts is not available

    more and more

    Sony has a long way to go to beat Samsung’s UX muscle in android.

  • Divya Bharathi

    Very interesting thing I just come across at – I could choose any number of pants and shirts (from the list) at very heavy discount rates (up to 75% off online) – more we buy more discount – I never seen this before.

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