Despite some mess up with the date, news about the UK release of Sony Xperia T have been flooding in since the flagship phone was unveiled late last month, which may have to do with the fact that it’s going to be James Bond’s choice of communication device. But what of those in North America who have been scanning the papers for hints of its debut in the country? Worry not, because FCC got your back.
Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8 platform has a number of definite partners. Samsung and Nokia have already announced new WP8 smartphones and we expect HTC and Huawei to unveil WP8 smartphones soon. One company that looks unlikely to reveal any Windows Phone 8 releases is Sony, after the mobile division’s President and CEO Kunimasa Suzuki said they "have no current plans for it."
New Xperia T and Xperia J coming to O2, Three and Vodafone in UK
UK is still in pole-position to get the Xperia T and J before any other market, and we’ve now started to hear about the carriers preparing to start selling the two phones. As expected, no carrier will be getting exclusivity over any of the devices, which is good news for regular users, who’ll have more freedom of choice.
New LG Optimus G promo praises ultra slim 13 MP camera (video)
The Optimus G “beast” is LG’s contender against the Samsung Galaxy S3, GNote 2, and HTC One X for the title of best smartphone around. The 4.7-incher clearly has the qualities of an awesome phone, although it’s far too early to make any long-term predictions.
Samsung, LG compete to secure camera sensors from Sony, Note 2 falls victim
According to a report from the Korean website DDaily, Samsung had initially planned to fit the newly launched Galaxy Note 2 with a 13MP image sensor supplied by Sony. The report explains some of the rumors about the Note 2 that circulated a few months ago, which eventually proved inaccurate. The Galaxy Note 2 is fitted with “just” an 8MP camera, identical with the one in Samsung’s other flagship, the Galaxy S3.
Barely a day after Sony launched its latest Xperia Tablet S in the UK, we now have word that Sony is now shipping its tablets in the U.S. We have three models on sale Stateside, and these are on stock both at the Sony Store and Newegg.
Sony Xperia Tablet S gets slight delay in Canada, to ship on September 10
The 9.4-incher started selling in the UK yesterday, just a week after its official unveiling, and is now up for sale in the US, too. As for Canadians wanting to grab the tablet as soon as possible, they also got a front-row seat at the Tablet S launch, but are now sent a row or two back.
Sony Xperia Tablet S goes on sale in the UK, 64GB WiFi model only available in the U.S.
A mere week after Sony outed the Xperia Tablet S, the wedge-shaped tablet is already on its way to some markets, specifically the UK. We mentioned before that Carphone Warehouse already reserved a spot for the first Xperia Tablet. But since the retailer hasn’t made it available on its website, your best bet to score the slate is to get it directly from Sony.
Sony Xperia TX and SL released in China for $680 and $610 respectively
Both the Xperia TX and SL are up for grabs on Sony’s Chinese official online store, and they are both kind of pricey. The TX, also known in the past as the LT29i or the “Hayabusa”, is very similar to the “T” flagship unveiled in Berlin and expected to come to the US soon via AT&T.
Sony Xperia Tablet S demoed in several videos, looking sizzling hot!
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.
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