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Sony Xperia Ion gets Android 4.4 KitKat, via unofficial CM11 ROM

by: Andrew GrushJanuary 1, 2014
Thanks to a new unofficial CM11 ROM, the Sony Xperia Ion can now make the jump to Android 4.4 Kitkat. Keep reading for more details!
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Sony Xperia ion Jelly Bean update now available for download

by: David GonzalesJune 26, 2013
Today we finally get to see the long-awaited Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for the Sony Xperia ion become a reality.
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Sony Xperia T, TX, V Jelly Bean upgrades coming in Q1 2013, other handsets also mentioned

by: Chris SmithOctober 19, 2012
Sony has some interesting plans regarding its smartphone future, but issuing timely Android updates are not part of them. The company has shared more details about its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean roll out, but in case you don’t own one of the recently launched Xperia models you won’t like what we’re about to tell you.
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Android 4.0.4 ICS update heading to AT&T’s Sony Xperia Ion

by: Bams SadewoSeptember 20, 2012
Releasing a flagship phone with an outdated version of Android was one of the factors that led to a not-so-impressive Sony Xperia Ion. But to the delight of owners of the phone, Sony is making good on its promise to provide a swift upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich. After we saw the Android 4.0 firmware hitting the LTE variant of the phone a few days back, the update is reportedly coming to the Xperia Ion on AT&T.
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4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich update rolling out to Xperia Ion LTE

by: Joe HindySeptember 15, 2012
It was a sad day for customers who bought the Xperia Ion LTE when they found out it had shipped with Gingerbread instead of Ice Cream Sandwich. Thankfully, Sony didn't let that error live for long as an official update to Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 has begun rolling out to Sony Xperia Ion LTE owners.
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Creating music videos with Sony Xperia Ion? Sony proves its possible.

by: Andrew GrushAugust 31, 2012
Once upon a time, video cameras were massive, heavy devices that used something that we used to call film. Those were dark and primitive times. Sure, bulky high-def camera equipment exists still even to this day (though sans traditional film), but is it necessary to create high quality content? Sony says it isn't. With most things though, proof is in the pudding. The task was to create an entire music video using just the Xperia Xperia Ion smartphone.
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AT&T Sony Xperia Ion now offered for free at Best Buy

by: Bams SadewoAugust 16, 2012
Being released around the same time as the Android juggernaut that was Samsung Galaxy S3, poor Sony Xperia Ion never stood a chance, did it? We don’t think it stopped diehard Sony fans and early adopters from shelling out between $50 and $100 for the Ion. Thanks to Best Buy, you can now get Sony’s flagship phone for free.
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Rogers’ Sony Xperia Ion officially on sale for $49.99

by: Bams SadewoJuly 17, 2012

Can’t wait to get your hands on the Sony Xperia Ion, but want to know first how much it’ll set you back? We now have confirmation from Rogers Wireless about the price of the phone, and it’s one that doesn’t stray too far from what we’ve reported before. The good news is you can now order the Experia Ion from the carrier’s website.

The Xperia Ion is Sony’s first LTE phone, dontcha know? And the price that you have to pay for that kind of luxury is $49.99 with a three-year contract. We’re not sure why anyone would want to purchase the phone on a shorter contract, as the two-year contract ($449) almost cost the same as buying the phone without a contract ($549.99). But we [...]

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Sony launches unlocked Xperia NXT (S, P, and U) series in the US

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 16, 2012

The Xperia NXT series was first announced during the Mobile World Congress, back in February. The three devices in the series, the Xperia S, P, and U are not Sony’s standard bearers (that spot is reserved to the LTE-enabled Xperia Ion), but they do deliver nevertheless decent specs and a classy appearance.

Our biggest gripe with the three devices is on the software side. The Xperias come with Gingerbread on board, which is a crying shame, no matter how you look at it. However, Sony has promised updates to ICS (for now) for all its recent devices, and, up until now, they’ve been quite good at respecting their update schedules.

Sony today announced that you can [...]

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Red Xperia Ion spotted in the wild, black model offered by Rogers for $49.99 [Gallery]

by: Bams SadewoJuly 14, 2012

Not to be outdone by its peers that are offering their flagship products in various shade and colors, with the latest being the Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S3 on AT&T and the white and silver combo HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint, it looks like Sony Mobile will offer a refreshed variant of its flagship phone. Meet the red Xperia Ion.

Some beautiful hands-on pictures of the red Sony Xperia Ion have been posted by the folks at yesky, which showcase the velvety phone in various angles. Check them out below.

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If you’re smitten by the black Xperia Ion, it’s hard to deny the oozing appeal of the red model as well. Unfortunately, it appears the red [...]

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