The Sony Xperia T and Xperia Tablet S: your portal to a universe of movies, music and photos.
With the new Sony smartphone and tablet you'll have access to entertainment no matter whether you're on the beach or relaxing on the sofa – and you can even port it to the larger screen too.
Heard a tune on the radio? With Music Unlimited you get access to millions of tracks on your mobile, PS3, TV or tablet, bringing the best of everything from the indie scene to the latest popstars.
And with no ads and unlimited skips you'll always get the tunes you want; plus loads of preset stations means you'll never be without new music – or you can sync with your personal collection to mix it up. It's your music… unlimited.
With Video Unlimited you've got access to the latest Hollywood blockbusters, classic flicks and the newest TV shows on your favourite devices.
With the portal pre-installed on the Sony Xperia T and the Xperia Tablet S, you'll be able to watch the latest titles in glorious HD on the go – or connect them up to your TV for the true big screen experience.
Most new releases are available 28 days before other movie services, and with TV shows often available the day after they air you'll never be stuck for entertainment on your Sony smartphone or tablet.
And for those that like to keep their favourite videos and pictures safe, Sony PlayMemories is pre-installed to keep them secure in the cloud.
Once saved it's easy to see your pictures anywhere you've got a network connection – PlayMemories Online brings your special memories in your living room, coffee shop or with the grandparents on the other side of the world.
And that's all with instant upload from your Sony Xperia T or Tablet S – meaning everyone can enjoy your snaps minutes after the shutter fires. And with the Xperia T's super-fast start up time, you'll never miss the perfect moment to share.
A world of entertainment wherever you are – with Music Unlimited, Video Unlimited and PlayMemories, you'll never miss a beat, the biggest blockbusting scenes or lose the photos that matter most to you.
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