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.
Kenichiro Hibi, MD of Sony India, mentioned during a press conference that the company is aiming for Rs 3,500 crore in sales from its Xperia lineup, and also outlined the various steps the company will be taking to achieve this target.
We know, Sony’s Xperia Z is all the rage at the moment, what with its waterproofing and all, but the ZL deserves a turn in the spotlight too.
The Sony online store in Russia has just posted the Sony Xperia ZL up for sale. It costs just a little under $900.
At a press event earlier today, Sony officially launched the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL smartphones in India, priced at Rs 38,990 and Rs 35,990 respectively. Are you going to be picking one up?
With only two phone launches in the first couple of months of 2013, Sony’s alphabet soup was starting to get stale. Fortunately, the Xperia makers seem to have caught that right on time and are now prepping to add some spices with a new L.
Last week we reported that the FreeXperia developer team had released FXP208, a port of CyanogenMod 10.1 for the Sony Xperia Z and ZL. Now the team has released the FXP209 update, adding WiFi and sensor support to the mix.
The Sony Xperia ZL has popped up on the PC Companion and Sony Update Service, along with the official US Sony Store, signalling its imminent release. If you were waiting for it, the red version will be available in the US. Will you be picking up one?