Sony Reveals A 4.5″ Android Phone

Sony is at IFA 2012 in Berlin today announcing their flagship products that will be available in following weeks. The new phone is quite the device:

The Xperia T [revealed] its 4.55-inch face to the crowds in Berlin, the Reality Display packs a 1,280 x 720 resolution and offers what Sony is calling the “best HD experience on a phone to date.”

The phone will ship with Ice Cream Sandwich but Jelly Bean has been promised as an upgrade shortly after launch. The device has a few slick featuers that only Sony can give you:

A one-touch function with NFC which you can use to tap to connect to other Sony devices, a 60-day premium trial of Music Unlimited and a new tier called Access which will be available in Europe for 0.99 Euros per month and will deliver full access of the service to PCs and the PS3.

The Xperia is a great looking phone. As reviews come in, we’ll have to keep you posted on how it holds up for user experience. It should be a pretty smooth ride. The hardware includes: a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon S4 CPU, pentaband UMTS / HSPA+ radios, a front-facing cam with 720p video capture, MHL connectivity, FM radio, 16GB onboard storage and an 1,850mAh battery.

It looks like larger phones will continue to come. Hopefully users like them.

Image Source: Engadget

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