The FreeXperia team has released unofficial builds of CyanogenMod 11 for several Sony Xperia devices for those who are too keen to try out Android 4.4 KitKat. Read on for more!
According to new details on Sony’s support page, it is all but confirmed that the Sony Xperia SP will see Android 4.4 KitKat. Additionally, four more devices are “under investigation” for the update.
The CM10.1 nightly build for the Sony Xperia Z first became available yesterday along with all the other nightlies at the CyanogenMod Downloads web site.
We’ve seen a lot of new letters in the Xperia alphabet lately. We previously reviewed some of them, such as the Sony Xperia J, Xperia T, and the Xperia TX. Recently, the Sony Xperia V LT25i came along to join the group. The Xperia V does more than improve Sony’s alphabet letter count. This exciting edition is Sony’s 4G LTE-capable, dust-proof, and water-resistant phone. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 continues to sit in the clouds as one of the most popular Android smartphones, reaching 20 million in global sales just a hundred days after initial release. Its current sales…
Sony France recently tweeted its intention to launch the Sony Xperia V in March, backtracking on a previous announcement of a January release.
We didn’t really need Sony to tell us Jelly Bean is currently “buttering up” the Xperia T and V,but it’s nice to hear the reports we’ve been getting for a week or so are the result of an organized software rollout.
Last week, Sony gave Xperia T owners a surprise by pushing out the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the phone earlier than previously scheduled. Now, the same Jelly Bean update is making its way to the Xperia V (LT25i).
An increasing number of Xperia V users have been complaining about a Sleep of Death bug occurring on their handsets. Unfortunately there’s still no sign of a solution from Sony.
Sony might not be one of the top manufacturers of phones currently (at least in the US), but how does its new, waterproof device stack up? Josh is here to give you the rundown.
Meet the Sony Xperia V, otherwise known now as the other James Bond phone. Yes, Sony has decided to wipe clean months of marketing brainwashing by blessing the Xperia V with the “Bond” moniker, at least in Singapore.