Sony Xperia T Release Date and Price for Bell Canada Officially Revealed
Recently, we have brought you the first news about the Sony Xperia T probable release date for Canada’s major carriers Bell, Mobilicity, MTS, Rogers and Videotron, so an official statement was highly expected. Fortunately for us, now we know for sure when the James Bond smartphone will arrive to Canada, as the Xperia T launch date and price through Bell has been finally revealed.
Therefore, after Sony’s marketing plan for the Xperia T, now you will be able to actually test the long rumored smartphone, which of course it’s James Bond’s very own gadget in Skyfall, the aspect that makes this device so popular among Android users worldwide. The specs list is including a 4.6 inch Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 Reality Display touchscreen, a dual core processor, 16 GB of internal storage memory, NFC and a powerful 13 MP camera. Unfortunately, Ice Cream Sandwich is all you get at least for now as a Jelly Bean OTA update is being promised for the future.
As you can see, the Xperia T is an interesting phone, with high end performances, though some users are saying that the design might be a little bit outdated. Anyway, I don’t know what to say about the design, but the OS is really not suitable for a device that wants to compete with the latest smartphones that are being available on the market.
Now, if you do want to buy this phone, then you should know that the Bell Xperia T release date is November 14th, so only two weeks left until the big event. According to our sources, the price tag will be $549.99, but for the SIM free version. There are still no words about the pricing offers for the contract devices, though the US AT&T users will be able to get the new Xperia T for $99.99 after signing a three year commitment. As usual, the price for Canada will be probable higher, so don’t rely on the $99.99 one.
Remember that in Canada, beside Bell, the Xperia T will be launched by Mobilicity, MTS, Rogers and Videotron, so we are expecting press releases from the mentioned retails. Until now, TELUS is being the only major carrier that isn’t bringing the James Bond phone to the Canadian users, though we can never know anything for sure.