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.
UK retailer Clove lists the Sony Xperia L on its website as available to buy. Read on to find out more details about its price and release date.
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.
A new Sony Xperia S39h model has apparently been leaked, and it’s said to be heading to China. Check the rest of the article to see pictures of the rumored device.
There are a lot of great Android phones worthy of being called the best out there in the year 2013. But there can be only one. Meet the contenders.
The electronics and entertainment giant Sony Corporation has made its first profit in five years and according to its fiscal report the company saw its sales increase by 4.7%, primarily due to the benefits of folding Sony Mobile, what was Sony Ericsson, completely into the company.
Do you think Sony can compete with Samsung and HTC at the high end of the Android smartphone market?
The Sony Xperia A, which could be the next top smartphone coming from the company this year, has paid a visit to the FCC, revealing some of its details in the process. Read on to find out more about the handset!
The Galaxy S4 isn’t just a flagship Android device, it’s an entire fleet condensed into one device. But the S4 has its shortcomings, and the Xperia Z shines in certain areas.
In love with the Sony Xperia ZL’s styling but looking for something a bit cheaper? The Sony Xperia SP is now available for preorder in the U.S. setting you back just $480 outright.
Sony Honami will be allegedly called the Sony i1, could arrive in the U.S. alongside the Togari this fall
A new rumor claims that the previously rumored Honami will actually debut as the Sony i1. Both the Sony i1 and Togari will supposedly arrive in the United States later this fall, unlocked and sold without contract.