Sony is a company with a legacy of quality. From Trinitron to Walkman, from PlayStation to Cyber-shot. Somewhere, during the race to saturate the smartphone market with as many devices as possible, Sony lost its way. Xperia has yet to make the same impact previous Sony electronics have. But it’s not over yet. Sony Xperia ... Read More »
Last night, we had the opportunity to spend some quality time with Sony’s two new flagship Android phones. Year after year, Sony has been trying its hardest to muscle its way into the Android world, but has managed to come up short every time. Fortunately, the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL may be the perfect ... Read More »
The one thing we like most about CES (and many of the other trade shows) is that we can leave rumors behind and focus on real products. In Sony’s case, the rumored Xperia Z and Xperia ZL have now transformed into actual products which will be made available globally later in Q1. As expected, Sony’s ... Read More »
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HTC, Motorola, LG and Samsung are not announcing new Android phones at CES, so Sony has the opportunity to reveal the smartphone of the show tonight at their press event. We expect to get the full details for the Sony Xperia Z, which has already been spotted on the show floor, and we ... Read More »
The XPERIA TL is the latest flagship Android phone from Sony. We’ve know for a while that the device was destined to show up on AT&T’s network this fall, and now we’ve finally received official launch details from the carrier. The Sony XPERIA TL will be available online and in AT&T stores starting on November ... Read More »
Sony has asked retailers to halt sales of the Xperia Tablet S due to a manufacturing defect which compromises the tablet’s resistance to liquids. According to Sony’s press release, the device’s “splash-proof” performance has been compromised by a manufacturing defect which created a gap in the rear display panel. For now, Sony is not ... Read More »
Last night we reported that Google was opening up their Nexus program to any OEM, as long as they adhered to a set of hardware and software standards. We know that LG is making a Nexus phone, but other rumors have pointed to Samsung, Sony, Motorola, and HTC.
Today Sony announced that their PlayStation Mobile store is rolling out to select devices, but it appears most of you will not be able to access it quite yet. For those that do receive the PSM store, they will now be able to purchase around 20 games with prices ranging from free to $7.49.
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Today AT&T announced they would be the exclusive US carrier of the Sony Xperia TL. This is the same device known at the Xperia T overseas, but the Xperia TL is optimized to run on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. No pricing or availability were revealed, but those details should be coming soon.
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I’m sure most Xperia Sola owners are focused on the part of this where they get Ice Cream Sandwich, but I’m actually more interested in the addition of “glove mode.”