Sony is a company that has continued to struggle with its mobile division. Some would even argue that the company has fallen by the wayside when it comes to smartphones. Nonetheless, Sony continues to create devices, catering to loyal customers in some markets. Today, the company has launched a new device for those ... Read More »
Sony’s new Xperia X series of devices are set to replace the current high-end Z lineup, but it seems that the X series may be even more important than we thought. Rumor has it that Sony will be killing off both the Xperia C and M ... Read More »
Sony’s Stamina mode was a feature in older software builds that served as a battery saving mode. It shut off many different processes and features to preserve your precious battery life. Unfortunately, with Google including Doze mode in Marshmallow, Sony had to remove the feature so it wouldn’t interfere.
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If you don’t have a Nexus device lying around but you do have an old Sony Xperia Z3, you can now give Android N a shot. Sony has released an official Android N Developer Preview build for the aging Z3 for developers to try their apps ... Read More »
It feels like its 2015 again. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge appear to share more in common with last year’s Galaxy S6 and S6 edge than just their looks. Just like last year’s models, Samsung is its own ISOCELL and Sony imaging sensors in its flagship devices without telling its ... Read More »
Android 6.0 is no longer a stranger to several different Android phones all over the globe, and now even Sony has begun the rollout to some of its devices.
Based on a report from Xperia Blog, the global Sony Xperia Z5 family of handsets is now receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. That includes the ... Read More »
Following the news that Samsung’s new flagship phones will not be compatible with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 standard, we’re now learning that Sony’s new devices will not be using the standard either. The newly announced Sony Xperia X and Sony Xperia X Performance will use Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, despite the ... Read More »
Sony announced its new Xperia X series of devices at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but today we find out that it is meant to replace the Z line of devices we’ve known for so long. Yes, the Xperia Z series of devices ... Read More »
Sony has announced a new camera sensor that will soon hit the market, and it’s pretty impressive on paper. The company is already the leader in mobile camera sensors, so this new one should be just as great and it’s likely that many manufacturers will adopt it for their high end devices.
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There are still quite a few weeks separating us from the beginning of Mobile World Congress 2016, but Sony’s getting a jump on the invitation game anyway. The company, which just announced fingerprint reader-less versions of its Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact for the United States, is now sending out invitations to its ... Read More »