Although Sony seemed to have not one, but two new flagship phones in store for us this fall, the Xperia V was mostly ignored whereas the T got all the attention. Oh well, that’s what happens when you mess with 007.
If you’re one of the many Sony Xperia V fans who were disheartened by the news that the handset won’t be arriving until next year in Europe, here’s an update of the phone’s availability, one that should help turn those frowns upside down.
We reported last month that Japan will soon be getting the Sony Xperia AX, a variant of the Xperia V that boasts some Japan-specific features. If you’ve been keeping track of its release, you’ll be pleased to know that the Xperia AX is now on sale in the country via NTT DoCoMo.
We’re all waiting with bated breath for Sony to unveil the high-end Odin/Yuga duo, but before anything there are still some old scores to be settled.
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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If you’re counting down the days until November (or December) comes, Sony has released promo videos of the Xperia AX — the Japanese variant of Xperia V — to help ease your wait.
With the Xperia T (also known as the Bond Phone) stealing all the spotlight, most of you may have forgotten about another Sony high-end device scheduled to be released this year. The Xperia V is definitely not what you would call a run-of-the-mill phone, being an ever so slightly downsized version of the T.
Sony’s recent launch bonanza doesn’t seem to be heading to an end, with yet another phone announced today. The Xperia AX is not an absolute newcomer to the market, being a special Japanese variant of the Xperia V, but it will come with a couple of original features.
With all the attention that the Xperia T is getting, it’s easy to forget that Sony has another two new phones that are craving for the same affection, the Xperia J and Xperia V. Especially for the latter, it seems the hype that surrounds the V has noticeably died down, no thanks to the lack of any official announcement of its release.