An update for Sony’s Playstation mobile app is now available for Android, which focuses on improving support for video content and streaming.
Sony has released Firmware version 2.00 for its QX10 and QX100 lens-style cameras, adding higher ISO support and FULL HD 1080p video recording.
A new update has started rolling out for the Xperia Z1 and Z Ultra. While Android 4.3 is still present, the update does bring a few minor changes, including a new White Balance setting.
Sony’s new mounts will let you equip a QX10 or QX100 smart lens on just about any tablet on the market, but give the distinct impression that they were designed with Sony’s own Xperia and Vaio devices in mind.
This week in your world of Android: Sony’s Sirius leaked, developer Chainfire warned about upcoming trouble for root apps, Samsung’s Google Now-style UI sparked controversy, more S5 rumors surfaced, OnePlus teased its CM phone, Samsung got itself in hot water over accessory locking, and a red version of the Nexus 5 got our pulse racing.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few phrases. It’s Android Weekly.
What are you looking forward in the world of Android over the next few months? What device gets your pulse racing? What upcoming phone or tablet is on your wishlist?
For a limited time, buying a Sony Xperia Z1s directly through T-Mobile or Sony will allow you to qualify for a year of free Playstation Plus service.
The latest Xperia Z Ultra ad that Sony is airing in Japan showcases that beautiful Full HD IPS LCD display in all its glory. Using some clever filming techniques, the ad fools the eye into believing the Z Ultra is the size of a TV.
As expected, the Sony Xperia Z1S is now available directly from T-Mobile’s online store for $0 down and $22 per month, for 24 months. The handset is also expected to arrive to brick-and-mortar locations by January 22nd.
What happens when you lift the cellular connectivity out of a Xperia Z Ultra, you get a Xperia Z Ultra “tablet”, coming to a store near you (if you live in Japan of course). Don’t expect it to come cheap though. Read on for all of the details!