During its big press event at the IFA trade show today, Sony unveiled its new Xperia T, V, and J smartphones. The Xperia T is the company’s new global flagship model. and includes a 13- megapixel camera and a 1080p HD 4.6-inch screen, and one touch NFC connectivity. The Xperia V features LTE connectivity and the “highest level of water resistance available in a smartphone.”
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The Xperia T, formerly codenamed Mint, was a rumor and leak victim since January, has officially broke cover. Revealing its 4.6-inch face to the crowds in Berlin, the phone packs what Sony is calling the “best HD experience on a phone to date.” This experience is claimed mainly on the fact that you can view vids in full 1080p HD quality. The T also features a 13MP fast capture camera and boasts a feature Sony is calling Sleep to Snap, which means you can go from a black screen to taking photos in an instant. What else does this new flagship offer? 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. We’re still waiting to hear more details, such as pricing, availability and other specs, so we’ll continue to update as we learn more.