While it’s definitely not a sure thing for T-Mobile, the Sony Xperia T just passed through the halls of the FCC complete with pentaband support, which means support for all of T-Mobile’s HSPA+ frequencies. That definitely means it’s going to be a great phone to import, but it’s also possible that this could land on T-Mobile shelves in the future. We do have to consider that T-Mobile hasn’t launched a Sony product in some time, and there is no current indicators that’s going to change with this phone. An AT&T-branded version of the Xperia T has leaked out, so there’s always the possibility of it arriving on both carriers. For now, we’re still a little skeptical that this will actually be sold subsidized on T-Mobile, but we’re going to stay hopeful.
The Xperia T features a HSPA+ 42Mbps pentaband support, a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, front-facing cam with 720 video capture, FM radio, 16GB onboard storage, 1,850mAh battery, 4.55″ display, 1080p HD quality video 13 megapixel rear camera and Ice Cream Sandwich. Sony said at the Xperia’s IFA event that the Xperia T would receive Jelly Bean sometime in the near future.
Engadget via FCC