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.
Sony Xperia TX and SL released in China for $680 and $610 respectively
Both the Xperia TX and SL are up for grabs on Sony’s Chinese official online store, and they are both kind of pricey. The TX, also known in the past as the LT29i or the “Hayabusa”, is very similar to the “T” flagship unveiled in Berlin and expected to come to the US soon via AT&T.
New gadgets are coming: what to expect at IFA 2012!
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.
Sony Xperia TX to launch August 29 as Sony’s next flagship Android smartphone
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?