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What Will Be the Best Android Phone of 2012?

by: Shaleen SinhaFebruary 26, 2012

[Updated: February 21st, Updated: February 27 Updated: March 20 Updated: May 20]

The year 2011 was all about “dual core” becoming the standard for high-end smartphones. And we have all witnessed what yesteryear’s superphones like the Samsung Galaxy S II, DROID RAZR MAXX, and others are capable of. The following phones are much more powerful than anything released last year, and for this upcoming generation of devices, even more.

So, what next? This year, chip-makers have come forth with quad core processors supporting mobile multitasking comparable to the performance of a desktop computer of a few years ago, powered by Tegra 3 SoC’s and TI’s OMAP [...]

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Sony Xperia S Leaked Photos Circulate the Web

by: Christine TorralbaFebruary 21, 2012

After last night’s post on SmarTags app for the Sony Xperia S, we have even more exciting news for those waiting for the device (myself included). A few leaked photos of the device have been found by an Italian blog called Android HD blog. Sitting beside it is its smaller sibling, the Xperia U; which was previously called the Sony Kumquat. Compared with the Xperia S, the Xperia U still bears the name ‘Sony Ericsson.’ By now, you probably know that Sony Ericsson is no longer a unified brand. These devices are only called Sony now. Perhaps, Sony still plans to change it?

Anyway, we’re pretty excited to see more information or even leaked photos of the Xperia S alone and [...]

 
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SmarTags App Available in Android Market

by: Christine TorralbaFebruary 20, 2012

Today, Sony has announced the availability of its SmarTags app from the Android Market. Unfortunately, the app came a bit too early than its functionality. In order to use the app, users need to have an actual SmarTag tags as well as an NFC enabled device. This gives the assumption that Sony prepared the app specifically for its upcoming Xperia S. However, it is important to remember that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is also capable of such feature.

According to Sony, SmarTags will be sold separately with a price of almost $30 for one pack. This pack contains 4 tags that come in a series of red, blue, black and white hues.

On the description of the app, SmarTag will [...]

 
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Sony Xperia Ion vs Sony Xperia S

by: Paul NuñalJanuary 22, 2012

CES 2012 was a huge event for many mobile manufacturers showcasing their new products for this year. Many of them proved to be quite heavy contenders with their awesome line-up of smartphones, tablets, and accessories for the coming months.  CES 2012 also marked the end of Sony Ericsson and the birth of Sony Mobile Communications.

At the same CES 2012, the previously rumored Sony Xperia Nozomi finally made its first official appearance, with Sony’s introducing the device as the Xperia Ion for AT&T in the U.S. and as the Xperia S for the rest of the world.

If you have been a loyal Sony Ericsson Xperia fan before, then you’ll surely love the way Sony has [...]

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