Xperia T3 Coming to UK, Priced only £22.50 / month through Carphone Warehouse

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While Samsung is preparing the release of various budget friendly smartphones (here we have to mention the Galaxy NXT and Galaxy V, two low end devices priced at $100) most of the users already decided to go for the Motorola Moto E, especially when talking about entry level customers who are on their first Android experience.

Now, similar with the Moto E, you will be able to buy a decent (in both performances and design) KitKat featured smartphone, as Sony just announced that its Xperia T3 will be released in UK, through Carphone Warehouse.

With the Xperia T3, Sony wants to bring a mixed phone in term of design and hardware specifications. Thus, the device is keeping the same design as the one we noticed on the Xperia Z lineup, while if we are to talk about specs and features, we can see an improved version of the Sony Xperia L.

Therefore, this new mid-range smartphone will be coming with a 5.3 inch display (720p in case you are wondering), 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage, a 1.1 MP front facing shooter, a Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.4 GHz and a 2500 mAh battery. Xperia T3 will be featuring Android 4.4 KitKat OS right out of the box, while above all the latest version of Xperia UI will be pre-installed.

As already mentioned, Sony will release the Xperia T3 in UK through Carphone Warehouse; this will be the only retail from where you will be able to buy this phone in UK and here are the pricing offers published by the carrier: on a new two year contract the device will cost you £22.50, this being the minim month plan available, while the customers who decide to pre-order the Sony Xperia T3 will also receive a free Sony Smartband, which is normally priced at £79.99.

In UK, Sony will release the Xperia T3 on June 24th, further details being available on the Carphone Warehouse official website – you can also pre-order the phone from here

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