James Bond’s very own smartphone in Skyfall is about to become available for the common “agents” from Canada, as Sony has just revealed the first aspects regarding to the Xperia T release date through Bell, Mobilicity, MTS, Rogers and Videotron.

Since its first appearance in August, the Xperia T surprised us all with its high end specs and with the impressive design, not to mention the Bond commercial which is the perfect market strategy planned by Sony lately. Anyway, if you live in Canada and want to buy this 007 personalized device, then you should start saving money, as next month the Xperia T should make its debut.

As already stated, Sony announced that the handset will be offered by Bell, Mobilicity, MTS, Rogers and Videotron starting from “this November”. Unfortunately there are no words about a future availability through Telus, which is one of the most important retail in Canada. But, who knows, maybe further news will be made available in the coming days.

Now, for those who don’t know, the Xperia T specs are including a large 4.6 inch Reality Display (powered by the Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2) touchscreen, a 1.5 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, a 13 MP camera on the back along with an 1.3 MP one on the front, NFC, 16 GB of internal storage memory and an 1850 mAh battery. Unfortunately, the phone will be released with the Ice Cream Sandwich OS instead of Jelly Bean, but Sony already announced a “soon after” OTA update.

Now, according to our sources, the Xperia T will come with 007 ringtones, themes and background images along with many other dedicated features. Furthermore, as the phone will be made available through numerous carriers, there will be an LTE and HSPA + variant of the same. In Canada, Bell, Rogers and MTS will release the LTE Xperia T, while Mobilicity and Videotron will offer the HSPA+ variant.

There are no words regarding to the future pricing offers, but since the launch date is next month, we should find out more in the coming days, or weeks. Stay close and do share your impressions related to this new Android based smartphone with us and with other users by using the comments area from below.

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