Xperia T and TX are sony’s latest flagship phones.
The Xperia T is Sony’s latest global flagship, so there’s a lot riding on it. With this new iteration of the Xperia line, Sony has gone back to the Xperia arc design with the curved back.
Xperia T has a HD 4.5″ screen with an resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels 16,777,216 TFT.
It will have NFC capabilities,for entertainment purposes it has
- xLOUD Experience – audio filter technology.
- PlayStation™ Certified
- 3D and Motion gaming
- Timescape with Twitter integrated
The cell also has a 13 MP camera with 16x digital zoom and sweep panorama .The cell uses MicroSim.
Xperia T will be available in black,silver and white.
The Sony Xperia TX is outwardly similar to the Xperia T, though there are a couple of important distinctions. The first thing we noticed is that the TX is thinner – 8.6mm vs. 9.4mm.
Of course, that’s for their thinnest parts, which in the middle of the phone. The curved back of the Xperia TX also felt “curvier” than the one on the T, likely due to it being thinner.
The phone is also lighter and a smidge taller and wider, though that’s hard to notice even when you hold both phones in your hands.
Even Xperia TX Comes with an HD 4.5″ Screen,1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM8260-A Dual Core processor compared to Xperia t’s 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Krait MSM8260-A Dual Core processor.
Other than that i din’t seem to find any other difference