Sony is continuing their new Xperia ad campaign with a new 60 second spot for the Sony Xperia T. This ad focuses on the device’s superb camera and image sharing abilities. It doesn’t do much to showcase the rest of the device but if photos are your thing then this should be enough to get you plenty excited. The ad won’t hit the airwaves for another few days or so, but you can get a first look using the YouTube video above. [via Sony]
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