On the inside, this phone comes with the Mobile Bravia Engine, and its 4.6-inch HD display makes viewing an absolute pleasure. Connect the phone to your TV screen directly via HDMI or even wirelessly through DLNA technology.
The Xperia TL has a 13MP rear facing camera to click stunning images, and what’s more, you can shoot videos using both the rear as well as front-facing cameras! The SmartTag feature of the phone provides one-touch NFC connectivity so you can share files with other NFC devices with just a tap or touch. What makes this phone even more special is the exclusive 007 content pre-loaded into it, including footage from behind the scenes during the movie shoot, clips, wallpapers, ringtones, and so much more.
The phone is capable of connecting to 4G networks for superfast browsing, and the quick-launch camera feature lets you ready the camera for shooting images in just 1.5 seconds, even if the phone is on standby or sleep mode.… Read the rest
Here’s some great news that will make all fans of James Bond rejoice. The classiest, most suave and sexy spy is coming soon in the form of a video game, giving everyone a hand at going undercover in a stylish way. Designed as a first-person shooter game, 007:Legends is expected to launch on October 16, and will be available as a PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 game.
The story of the game spans across Bond’s entire career, and features missions from across numerous Bond flicks, including Goldfinger, Die Another Day, License to Kill, and even the yet to be released Skyfall. A sneak preview into the Goldfinger mission reveals young James Bond as an investigator into the villain, Auric Goldfinger, and his plan to irradiate all the gold held within Fort Knox. The mission even has memorable characters from the original movie like Oddjob and Pussy Galore making appearances.
You can even have multiplayer options, with up to 12 simultaneous players participating as James Bond or one of the numerous villains. 007:Legends isn’t exactly the first installment of the world’s favorite spy in a game format – in 1997, Nintendo had launched the Goldeneye 007 game, which became one of the pioneers of the first-person shooter genre among games. But yes, we’re definitely more eager to get our hands on this latest James Bond game!… Read the rest