We have recently seen a few ‘leaked’ Sony Nexus X photos that were the result of a complex production effort and therefore they were not showing the real thing. But while the Nexus X isn’t a real device, at least for now, we did hear that a Sony Xperia Odin – model number C650X – is in the works. And now we have a leaked picture for it.
Sony Nexus X was a clever fake, guy who did it confesses
As it turns out, the Sony Nexus X was a fake, a highly elaborated one, created by Ti Kawamoto, a graphic designer that wanted to see how tech sites would react to it, but also to spur the discussion around a Sony-made Nexus device.
Sony Xperia Dogo details leak, expected to arrive Q1 2013 and sporting a 4.65-inch display
Specs have recently leaked for another Xperia branded smartphone. The latest device is codenamed the Dogo, the Sony Xperia Dogo, and it looks like it will feature a 4.65-inch display and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Sony Xperia VL just announced, arriving by end of the year
Sony has failed to meet expectations so far in the Android smartphone market. According to CENS.com there are plans afoot to change that. They claim that Sony has announced a smartphone sales target of 50 million for next year.
Sony Xperia T, the James Bond phone announced for Canada
Sony Mobile has announced the upcoming availability of the Xperia T, the James Bond phone, for those in Canada. The handset will arrive beginning in November and with multiple carriers to include Rogers, Bell, Mobilicity, MTS and Videotron.
Is this real? Supposed images of the Sony Nexus X pop up on Picasa
A couple of pictures emerged on Picasa that supposedly show a Sony-made Nexus device. Titled Sony Nexus X, the images show a phone that shares a lot of the design elements of the Xperia T and other recent devices launched by the Japanese giant, but in one of the pictures, you can see that the phone sports Google’s logo.
With the Xperia T (also known as the Bond Phone) stealing all the spotlight, most of you may have forgotten about another Sony high-end device scheduled to be released this year. The Xperia V is definitely not what you would call a run-of-the-mill phone, being an ever so slightly downsized version of the T.