The Xperia Z is finally rolling out worldwide, but what many don’t know is that CyanogenMod 10.1 was available unofficially before the Z was actually released.
Forced to live in the shadow of its almost identical twin, the Sony Xperia ZL is apparently looking to break out and enjoy its own 15 minutes of fame.
A Sony exec told Reuters that the Xperia Z sales are off to a good start, without mentioning any significant sales milestones.
Sony has enlisted the help of Walkman, PlayStation, and other iconic devices to advertise the Xperia Z. It’s a pretty rad ad, check it out inside.
Flagship Android smartphones seem to be getting bigger every year. As the line between smartphone and tablet vanishes altogether we’re left wondering how big is too big?
Can’t wait to scratch your Xperia Z itch? We have some good news for you, as Sony has just announced that the flagship handset will go on sale in 60 countries this week.
It’s great to be Sony nowadays, with the impressive Xperia Z phone proving even more popular than expected as it’s slowly making its way to the world.
Sony’s new Xperia Z is waterproof and shock proof, so what better way to show those two features off than by giving the phone to a toddler?
Phase one of Sony Xperia Z’s rollout seems to have gone according to plan, with French and Japanese tech users loving the heck out of the 5-incher. Naturally, it’s now time for phase two.
We told you last month that all major carriers in Australia will be offering the popular phone. Now here’s some fresh information regarding its availability and pricing in the land of the down under.