The folks over at the FCC have taken a closer look at the Sony Xperia T, which means the smartphone is almost ready to hit the market in the US. It seems that the Sony Xperia Mint Amy LT30at has received approval from the FCC, and just in case that sounds familiar to you in some way or another, the global version of the Xperia T is known as the Mint Rita LT30p. Well, the Mint Amy will come with compatibility to play alongside AT&T’s bands, which more or less means this will most probably arrive on AT&T first. Will you be interested in picking up the Sony Xperia T from AT&T when it finally hits the market, or are you looking forward to a different smartphone of another make from an orchard?
I say, this is rather quick considering how the Xperia T was announced officially at IFA 2012 just at the end of last month. Way to go, FCC folks, and keep up the good work.
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