Remember the Sony Xperia T3? Yeah, so it’s been a couple months since it launched, but the exceedingly-thin phone is finally now heading over to the United States, with its mid-range status and all. Apart from the Sony Xperia T3 US availability confirmation, Sony has also affirmed the US availability of an LTE-ready Xperia M2 model.

The model of the Xperia T3 that’s being offered in Sony’s online store is the D5106 variant, which means that the LTE bands of 4, 7, and 17 are supported, which means there should be no problem getting the phone to work on AT&T and T-Mobile’s LTE networks here in the States. It’s available in Black, Purple, and White, for $399.99 off contract. For a refresher on specs, look no further than this post.

Sony’s LTE Xperia M2 (model D2306) is also now available in the store, for $279.99 without a contract. It has the same LTE band support as the Xperia T3 – which, again, means AT&T and T-Mobile compatibility – but it could be wise to go for the regular HSPA+ Xperia M2, which comes $50 cheaper at just $229.99 off contract. For a better look at the M2, check out our hands-on video and our initial announcement post.

Both phones are available now through the links below at Sony’s online store.

Source: Sony 1, 2
Via: XperiaBlog

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