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AT&T and Sony have announced that the Sony Xperia TL, the phone expected to earn plenty of product placement screen time in the upcoming James Bond film Skyfall, is coming to AT&T next week. The Sony Xperia TL will be available at AT&T for $99 on a two year-agreement. The phone has a 4.55-inch HD display; a 13 megapixel camera; NFC capability, with support for Xperia SmartTags; and media support for HDMI, MHL, and DLNA. The Xperia TL will be compatible with AT&T's 4G LTE network, though availability will vary by market. More information on the Xperia TL is available here.