We’ve taken a look at the 9.4-incher’s more than decent spec sheet upon its official unveiling last week, and now we have a bunch of promotional videos posted on YouTube that detail some of the little things that could make the tab great.
We’ve seen basically the entire 2011 Xperia phone lineup, but also this year’s Xperia P and S get the ICS software leap, so it was obviously only a matter of time until the U will have been treated with the same “respect”.
Have Sony’s Xperia J, Xperia V, and Xperia T become permanent fixtures in your mind as of late? We don’t blame you, as Sony has really stepped up its game with the introduction of the trio of Xperia models. For those who can’t seem to get enough of Sony’s latest offerings, here are some video treats that we have for you of the three phones.
AT&T may not exactly be the Starsky to Sony’s Hutch in the U.S., but they have been known to team up in the past to some degree of success. You haven’t forgotten about the Xperia Ion, have you? Granted, the Ion hasn’t set the sales charts alight, but the carrier apparently is opening a new chapter with the Xperia maker, this time with one of the crowd’s favorites at IFA 2012, the Xperia T.
Sony has officially spoken and it says the company, under the brand name Xperia, will provide quality products at a price it deems fit. In other words, Sony does not wish to be drawn into a bidding war between competition and itself; it aims to entirely outdo competition.
Sony shows good will by publishing Xperia S binaries for the AOSP project. This should make it easier to port stock Android to the Sony Xperia S, and it could be a sign for a Sony Nexus device in the future.
It was only yesterday we brought the news that Sony’s latest budget phone, the Xperia J, is heading to Carphone Warehouse in the UK in a matter of days. Now, another retailer in the country has announced that it too will be selling Sony’s colorful offering.
The ICS updates for Sony Xperia Ray, Xperia Arc, and Xperia Neo have been gradually rolled out by Sony for quite some time now – with some even starting three months ago – but it looks like O2 subscribers will not be seeing what folks in other parts of the world are sporting.
Euronews has apparently announced a partnership with Google TV, which would make its programming available on the smart TV platform. Nothing special in itself, but the press release talks about a worldwide launch of the Google TV, that would make it available in 80 countries.
It’s hard to deny that momentum also plays a role in determining the fate of a device. If it is teased and introduced way too early, by the time it is released it may have lost some of its sparks. This was the approach that Samsung took with the Galaxy S3. Sony apparently is keen on emulating the Korean’s winning strategy. Having just introduced the Xperia T and Xperia J last week, the phones reportedly will be on sale in a couple of days in the UK.