Sony managed to sell 10 million Xperia devices in the July-September period, compared to 9.6 million in the previous quarter, and 8.8 million in the same quarter of 2012.
At first glance, the differences between the Xperia Z and the Xperia Z1 are not that substantial, especially if you don’t follow Sony closely. But the two phones are different in many aspects that we will go through in our comparison.
The next version of Android may be more suitable for running on large screen devices. Industry sources have told a Korean publication that Google has worked to improve the user experience of Android on TVs, the interface between smart TVs and mobile devices, as well as the “app development environment for TV.”
A new image recently surfaced showing off a Sony phone dubbed the Xperia Z1S. While some rumors suggest this could be the international Xperia Z1 f, it seems more likely that we are looking at the LTE-equipped version of the Xperia Z1.
Samsung has reportedly opted for a 16MP CMOS camera sensor for the Galaxy S5, that may be manufactured by Sony or by Samsung’s own System LSI division.
U.S.-based Sony fans, the wait is over! The Sony Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra and Smartwatch 2 are now available in the United States. Keep reading for more details.
The HTC One Max has finally been announced after months of rumors and speculation and to see whether it’s worthy of all of the hype, we’ve pitted it against its biggest (pun intended) competitors, the Galaxy Note 3, Sony Xperia Z Ultra and the Oppo N1, in the biggest (too far?) spec battle yet! Read on for more!
This week, the first curved phone landed, two new Chromebooks launched, we feasted on Kit Kat leaks, we finally saw a Mini flagship phone, we learned about Android TV, and we heard some more rumors about the Galaxy S5.
Sony unveils the first promo videos for the Xperia Z1 f (Z1 mini), offering a look inside of its compact frame, and comparing it to its big brother, the Xperia Z1. Read on for all of the details!
On this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss underdogs. Everyone loves a good underdog story, and the world of tech regularly offers examples of companies that were dismissed as failures, only to prove ultimately naysayers wrong. So, who’s your favorite Android underdog? What company deserves to be on top but isn’t for some reason? Who would you want to see replace Samsung as king of the hill?