Sony, after announcing their latest devices that would receive Android 4.3 AOSP, already has it up and running on the Xperia Z, ZL, and Tablet Z! Read on to see it in action on the Xperia Tablet Z.
A recent article at Cult of Android suggested that all of the problems OEMs are having could be solved by using stock Android. We respectfully disagree.
The Sony Xperia Z is coming to Canada, where Bell will be the exclusive carrier. Read on for more details.
If you’ve been (im)patiently waiting for Sony to bring the LTE version of the Xperia Z over to the United States, the day has finally come! The phone will be available exclusively through T-Mobile’s network.
An Android 4.3 Google Play edition OS version port is available for the Sony Xperia Z. Read on for more details!
If you’ve got a Xperia Z or ZL and you’re prepared to be a little adventurous, you can grab the Xperia Z Radioactive ROM, complete with Honami apps. Read on for all the details!
We’re talking about just how big the Galaxy Note 3 will be, whether the Sony Xperia Z will ever come to Canada, when the Galaxy S4 will get updated to allow moving apps to the SD card in the US and a whole lot more in this week’s installment of Android Authority Q & A!
One of the most talked about features of the upcoming Sony “Honami” smartphone is its camera. How could something with the ability to capture 20-megapixel photos and record full 4K resolution video not catch anyone’s attention, right? A lot of people are understandably looking forward to seeing this beast of a smartphone camera in action. Perhaps you might even be one of them. Well, what if we told you that you can actually grab a phone and start enjoying the Honami’s exclusive camera software features right now? That’s the product of the work put in by user krabappel2548 over at…
According to UK market research by Kantar, Sony has been stealing users away from Samsung, with an estimated 38 percent of Xperia Z buyers owning a Samsung device before.
T-Mobile has begun sending out invites to a press event in New York City on July 10. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!