T-mobile has now pulled the Sony Xperia Z3 from its online store, instead only offering refurbished Sony devices.
Thanks to a fresh leak, what appears to be the Xperia Z4 (codename “IVY”) is now laid bare for all to see. The device allegedly has two screen resolution variants, and 4GB of RAM to boot. Interesting.
Android fans, this was a bit quiet on the Android front (unless you count the outrageous April Fools’ pranks that made the rounds), but Google made it up to us with some interesting Chrome OS developments.
Sony is acquiring the remainder of OnLive, the popular game streaming service. Consequently, OnLive as a whole is shutting down on Thursday, April 30th.
Sony Mobile is here to say. In order to drive profitability, Sony is doubling down on marketing, with a new global ad campaign for the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact.
A new device code-named the Sony E6553 has just popped up in a GFXBench listing. According to the listing, the device has a 5.1-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM.
A post on the Sony Mobile blog confirms that Android 5.0 Lollipop will be heading to the Xperia C3 and T2 Ultra, although a time frame has not been given.
Sony’s SmartEyeglass head unit is now available for $840 in ten different countries.
Android fans, it’s been a big week for HTC, with everything from controversy over the alleged overheating of the M9, to the announcement of a new extended warranty program and the M9’s US release date, and ending with a bang, with the news that Cher Wang will take over as CEO. In other news, Android manufacturers continued to push out Lollipop to their devices, credible renders of the Xperia Z4 leaked out, Google announced major changes to its app approval process, Huawei sent out invites for the Ascend P8, OnePlus teased a “game changer” and a Swiss watchmaker joined Android Wear.
Just as rumored, Sony has finally kicked off the Lollipop upgrade for its Xperia devices, starting with the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact in northern Europe.