We were expecting today to be a busy day, filled with last-minute Galaxy S4 leaks and then wrapping up with the big announcement, but little did we imagine what was to come from China.
Do you have a version of the Sony Xperia Z that features a locked bootloader? XDA forum member goroh_kun has found an exploit that will grant root level access on a bootloader-locked Xperia Z.
Although Australia was one of the first countries to gain confirmation of a wide Xperia Z rollout, Sony left it out the initial launch waves. And, as it appears, Aussies will be left hanging a little more than expected, specifically until March 26.
A recent analysis of the U.S. smartphone environment estimates that Android growth in the region is much lower than iPhone growth. Will the Galaxy S4 change that?
Sony has uploaded a new video showing the best features of its Exmor RS mobile camera sensor, which is found in both the Sony Xperia Z and Sony Xperia ZL.
How awesome is Sony’s Xperia Z? Pretty awesome, right? And not just on paper, as it’s been collecting rave review after rave review, including from our own Joshua Vergara.
Even if the Motorola X Phone is not due out for at least a couple more months, it’s pretty obvious Google is the biggest threat to Samsung’s throne and the most likely candidate to crash the Galaxy S4 launch party.
Sony is making a comeback (we hope so), with pre-order sell-outs in several markets being a good sign for the Xperia Z. With expected sales of 50 million in 2013, can Sony become the third player in the industry?
The Xperia Z has been promoted in an unusual way in the Czech Republic, with T-Mobile highlighting its waterproof features.
Remember how freaked out we were of HTC Droid DNA’s apparently meager 2,020 mAh battery at first? And how we thought the 5-inch Full HD panel, quad-core Krait CPU and 2 GB of RAM will squeeze the juice out of that “ticker” in no time?