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T-Mobile bound Sony Xperia T2 Ultra passes FCC certification

Xperia T2 Ultra

Back in January, Sony announced the budget ranged Xperia T2 Ultra smartphone with a launch scheduled for April. A new FCC listing has now revealed that the smartphone could be making its way to T-Mobile as well. The variant listed on the FCC site has the model number D5316, which is supposedly a fair indication that this is indeed heading towards T-Mobile.

An FCC approval usually indicates that a launch is imminent, so we can expect T-Mobile to make the device public anytime soon. The U.S. bound variant should carry LTE support which is an important feature for a midrange device.

The Xperia T2 Ultra features a 6 inch 720p display, a 13-megapixel camera on the back, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (expandable), a quad core 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 400 SoC, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and a massive 3,000 mAh battery.

Knowing that it’s a conventional budget tablet, it could have plenty of takers if T-Mobile and Sony decide on a suitable price tag. We’ll keep you updated on any new information we get on this new handset.

Source: FCC

Via: Phone Arena

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  1. I still love Sony’s TV series though. My Bravia has never given me any trouble since I bought it last year and i”m a very satisfied consumer.
    It’s a pity they’re not doing so well in the smartphone sector.

  2. Yeah, they are not doing so well with smartphones. I really loved their old Java-based phones. The K series and the W series, they were the best in that age, pre-Android.

  3. I’ve read somewhere that even in Japan, Sony is facing stiff competition from rivals like Samsung and Apple. Same story in emerging markets like China, the Philippines, and some Latin American countries.

  4. I don’t think its only in the States. They don’t have a very good market share anywhere, not even in Europe, or Australia, or even in Asia.

  5. I am glad T-Mobile is getting an array of Sony smartphones in their inventory. Sony is such a great smartphone producer, and they are seriously lacking attention here in the States.

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