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AT&T to offer Sony Xperia TL


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Today, October 1, AT&T announced that it will offer the Sony Xperia TL as a new 4G LTE smartphone. With one-touch NFC sharing, a high megapixel camera, and new Sony media applications, the Xperia TL is a nice addition to AT&T’s smartphone line up.

The Sony Xperia TL features a 13-megapixel camera that is capable of capturing high quality images swiftly. It can go from sleep to the first shot in around 1.5 seconds. Through a new Album app, the device features over 25 editing options and an improved layout of photo and video folders.

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Sony Xperia Ion on AT&T takes good pictures for a phone


The Sony Xperia Ion on AT&T is a great camera phone. After using the device for close to a week, the most impressive feature turned out to be the camera. At $99.99 with a two-year, AT&Tagreement, this might be a decent option for those who enjoy taking pictures on the go.

The Xperia Ion has a 12-megapixel, fast capture camera with a quick launch feature. The device has a dedicated camera button along the right side and allows the Xperia Ion to go from standby to picture mode in a very short time. This was a favorite feature, especially when capturing the fun things children do on vacation. Photos were crisp and colors were bright.
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Sony Xperia ion coming to AT&T on June 24


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Last week, AT&T announced that it will be the exclusive carrier of the new Sony Xperia ion. Sony’s first 4G LTE smartphone is set to go on sale at AT&T stores on June 24 for $99.99 and a two-year agreement.

The most anticipated feature on this 4.6 inch, Android smartphone is the 12-megapixel Fast Capture camera. With a quick launch function, capturing those unexpected, fun moments is expected to be easy. Simply pressing the dedicated camera button will enable users to capture a shot from standby within 1.5 seconds. Time between shots will be less than a second.

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