Sony has just released the LTE-enabled version of the Xperia Tablet Z through NTT DoCoMo in Japan.
Samsung and Intel’s Tizen OS has been demoed at MWC this week. As well as showing off the operating system, there have been are some key announcements about the future of the fledgling OS.
The Xperia Z is becoming available today in the first market, and as you’d expect, the lucky first customers are Japanese. The phone is the star of NTT Docomo’s Spring Collection, and was first made available for preorder on January 23.
While LG did not announce any new mobile device at the recently ended CES 2013 in Las Vegas, USA, the company unveiled a new smartphone in its high-end G family just a few days ago, the Optimus G Pro.
NTT DoCoMo has released a chart for their 2013 NEXT series and it’s got some fun names on it.
With Chinese companies like ZTE and Huawei pushing the phablet limits further and further and Korean giants like Samsung and LG battling it out for the Western smartphone supremacy, Japan seemed to turn from the once upon a time Asian leader to the continent’s black sheep.
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It seems as though Samsung, one of the biggest names associated with the budding Tizen operating system, is planning to release phones with Japanese carrier DoCoMo in early 2013.
Rumors about Sony’s 2013 Xperia line-up have been abundant lately, but as of right now we have only bits and pieces to cling on to and basically nothing official. It obviously doesn’t help that many of the “leaks” have contradicted one another, so seeing one of next year’s Sony smartphones getting FCC certification is a welcomed breath of fresh air.
Straight from Japan, what you’re looking at is Fujitsu’s latest Android smartphone offering for NTT Docomo, the Arrows V F-04E. Only in Japan would you have a smartphone that can automatically “adjust the display’s color based on the user’s age”. We wouldn’t expect less from Fujitsu’s advanced Human-Centric Engine technology.