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 is planning to equip its Xperia-branded Android smartphones with native support for controllers originally meant to be used on the Sony PS3.
Unveiled a couple of weeks ago, the Sony Xperia SP is a little less impressive than its Z and ZL cousins, but still fairly intriguing for those of you looking to save a buck and not sacrifice too much.
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.
Android 4.1 was said to roll out to the Sony Xperia S in “late March” a while ago, but that deadline hasn’t been met. Instead, word around the street now is JB will be buttering up the 4.3-incher “in a few days”.
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z UK release date is set for the end of May, as Sony says that it was never supposed to ship earlier.
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.
Those in the UK who are interested in the Xperia SP and Xperia L could be able to grab a unit later this month. The information comes as Carphone Warehouse has added the Xperia SP and Xperia L to its website.
The latest test the Sony Xperia Z has been subjected to a test that involves sulfuric acid, with results that were more than surprising. See for yourself in the video.