The combination of a low price and dual-SIM capabilities has the possibility to make the Sony Xperia E Dual very popular in certain parts of the world. That is, as long as it’s actually a decent phone. So, is it?
Sony is making a comeback (we hope so), with pre-order sell-outs in several markets being a good sign for the Xperia Z. With expected sales of 50 million in 2013, can Sony become the third player in the industry?
Sony didn’t want to steal any of Xperia Z’s thunder at MWC, which is why the expected L and SP weren’t unveiled, but now is as good a time as any for the mid-range duo to debut.
We finally get our hands on one of the most anticipated Android devices. Check out the powerful, sleek, water resistant Sony Xperia Z.
On the fence about switching over to Android from an iPhone? Sony is now making it easier than ever to switch to their latest handsets using their new Xperia Transfer feature for PC Companion and Bridge for Mac.
With less than a week to launch, rumors say the Galaxy S4 will feature a highly efficient green PHOLED display and floating touch technology, similar to that on the Xperia Sola.
Remember how freaked out we were of HTC Droid DNA’s apparently meager 2,020 mAh battery at first? And how we thought the 5-inch Full HD panel, quad-core Krait CPU and 2 GB of RAM will squeeze the juice out of that “ticker” in no time?
Quick, name three Sony smartphones on Ice Cream Sandwich that you think would hugely benefit from a JB upgrade. Does anyone have the Xperia J? Probably not and yet the 4-inch low-ender is being slapped with an Android 4.1.2 software bump.
Those who live in Japan won’t have to face the first-world problem of waiting for the Xperia Tablet Z to hit stores – at least soon enough.
PureViewClub has kindly put together a collection of stills, to help show us the difference in image quality between some of Nokia’s and Sony’s flagship devices.