AT&T may not exactly be the Starsky to Sony’s Hutch in the U.S., but they have been known to team up in the past to some degree of success. You haven’t forgotten about the Xperia Ion, have you? Granted, the Ion hasn’t set the sales charts alight, but the carrier apparently is opening a new chapter with the Xperia maker, this time with one of the crowd’s favorites at IFA 2012, the Xperia T.
It’s hard to deny that momentum also plays a role in determining the fate of a device. If it is teased and introduced way too early, by the time it is released it may have lost some of its sparks. This was the approach that Samsung took with the Galaxy S3. Sony apparently is keen on emulating the Korean’s winning strategy. Having just introduced the Xperia T and Xperia J last week, the phones reportedly will be on sale in a couple of days in the UK.
Sony unveiled four new Android devices at IFA 2012, three smartphones and a tablet: the Xperia T, Xperia V, Xperia J and Xperia Tablet S.
The Xperia T is the... new flagship device of the company, sporting a 4.6-inch touchscreen display with 1280 x 720 resolution, dual core 1.5GHz processor, 16GB of storage, 13-megapixel camera with Exmor R sensor, 1.3-megapixe...
Sony unveils its latest flagship smartphone at IFA 2012: the Sony Xperia T, which boasts a dual core 1.5 Ghz S4 processor, 4.6″ HD screen, NFC and a 13 MP camera with an Exmor R sensor. Unfortunately, it will only arrive with Android 4.0, but Sony promises a quick upgrade to Jelly Bean.
Although very little has been officially announced, with less than two weeks to go until the official IFA kick-off we have a good idea of what to expect from pretty much all of today’s Android “stars”. Here’s a quick rundown of what we suspect to see on show over in Berlin, Germany.
The long rumored Hayabusa smartphone will be called the Sony Xperia TX once unveiled at Sony’s August 29 event, just before IFA. It looks like it’s going to be an impressive event, but will a new flagship Xperia smartphone help Sony make a comeback in the smartphone market?
While I think Sony has some of the best smartphone designs in the market right now, and I hope that it’s one of the companies that will make a Nexus phone this... fall, so far Sony has always been at least a few months behind the competition in terms of hardware specs.
I’m still not convinced that the upcoming Sony Xperia Mint will manage to catch up...
Here’s a minty fresh update on the Sony Xperia LT30. The handset, codenamed Mint, recently turned up at DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) website for the obligatory certification procedure. More... than just confirming that the LT30 and its features meet the standard of the organization, we now know better of the phone’s commercial name. Let’s welcome to the Android stage the Sony Xperia T...