Sony has released a new trailer promising the “next big thing” and asking us to stay tuned. Could this be a hint at the Z Ultra’s successor?
It’s been a while since we did our last drop test here at Android Authority, but we got your message – there’s one phone in particular that you want to see put to the test, the Sony Xperia Z2.
The Sony Xperia Z2 is one of the best flagship devices currently available, and is a testament to Sony’s growth as a major player in the Android smartphone world. The Xperia Z2 adds to what was already great about the Xperia Z1, while addressing the issues its predecessor had, resulting in a smartphone with a beautiful display, signature Sony design, minimalistic and fast UI, a fantastic camera, and top of the line hardware. We’ve already seen some great cases for the Sony Xperia Z2, a summary of which is also available below, and to help you get the most out…
We pit two of the best flagship smartphones currently available against each other, as we take a quick look at the LG G3 vs Sony Xperia Z2!
If you’re an Xperia Z2 owner that’s been impatiently waiting for the rumored Z2 wireless charging kit, you’ll be happy to know that Sony has now made it official.
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Android 4.4 KitKat on the Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR, and Xperia Tablet Z brings better overall performance and UI optimization. But there’s more to the update, which starts rolling out today “in selected markets,” with more to follow in the next weeks.
Including slim fit, hybrid, wallet cases, cases with kickstand, and rugged cases, here’s a look at some of the best cases available for the Sony Xperia Z2!
Sony’s flagship Xperia Z smartphone line marries cutting edge hardware with premium style, but if you’re shopping for Sony in the US your options are horribly limited. What’s going on? Why can’t Americans buy the latest Sony smartphones?
Sony said it sold 39 million smartphones in fiscal year 2013, compared to 33 million in the previous year. For fiscal year 2014, the company hopes for 50 million unit sales, translating in a 28.4 percent increase in operating revenue.