The AA smartphone buying guide brings you the best pre-paid and contract phones, both high-end and budget, available in May 2013 in the United States.
Sony just unveiled the Xperia ZR, a waterproof and dustproof handset with mid-range specifications and a 4.6-inch 720p display. We take a look at the specs and features of the Xperia ZR, plus an image gallery and presentation video.
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.
Apart from Bell, Rogers, and Videotron, the Sony Xperia ZL is now also available in Canada from Mobilicity.
There is one US carrier set to sell the Xperia ZL on-contract – Cincinnati Bell, the regional network that serves the city of Cincinnati, and its suburbs. See the details here.
Sony Mobile was at Mobile World Congress 2013 in February and managed to grab a Guinness World Record while showing off its upcoming devices.
Yesterday we reported that the Sony Xperia ZL had arrived in Canada. Now German buyers can also get their hands on the Xperia ZL, though apparently only Phonehouse.de seems to currently have it in stock.
Available for a little while in India, Russia, Australia and US, the Sony Xperia ZL is now up for grabs in Canada too. Unlike stateside, where the 5-incher can only be had in unlocked flavors, up north there are already three carriers to offer it subsidized.
In our Sony Xperia ZL review, we take a close look at the pros and cons of the 5-inch smartphone from Sony. Will the ZL prove superior to the Xperia Z? Is the Xperia ZL worth its money? Join us!
According to newly emerged rumors in Sony’s homeland, Japan, the Xperia family might be welcoming three extra members sometime in the summer.