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 »
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Yesterday, Sony announced that the Xperia Z5, along with the Xperia Z5 Compact, would finally be headed to the United States. The devices have been available internationally for a bit, but will finally be available in the U.S. beginning February 7. There’s just one catch.
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Sony recently introduced the Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact, but the company remained mum on the details of a US launch. That changes today, with Sony announcing both US pricing and availability for the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact. Both phones will be launching on February 7, with the Xperia ... Read More »
When Sony introduced the Xperia Z5, it showed four different color options for its new flagship. If none of them appealed to you, Sony’s now got a fifth hue to choose from.
As we expected, Sony unveiled three new 4K Android TV models at CES: the XBR-X930D, XBR-X940D and the XBR-X850D. All three models sport Sony’s updated 4K X1 processor, which allows for improved color accuracy, clarity and contrast. Compared to last year’s models, Sony’s 2016 lineup also comes with improved HDR (high dynamic range) support, ... Read More »
Besides a new lineup of 4K TVs with Google’s built-in Android TV experience, we’re not expecting any real Android news from Sony at CES this year. Sony has announced quite a few Xperia phones, smartwatches and activity trackers at CES over the years, but the rumor mill has been ... Read More »
For years, Sony has been building the best digital imaging sensors on the planet. That being said, Sony’s software teams have struggled to deliver a stellar UI, making the act of using their smartphone cameras quite cumbersome and dramatically harder than their competitors’. Fortunately, Sony’s been listing to the complaints of its users and is now ... Read More »
With Android 6.0 Marshmallow officially making its way to Nexus devices, Sony has decided to chime in and share its update plans. While HTC only listed 10 devices (HTC will likely add more devices in the future) in its Android Marshmallow announcement, Sony has listed 14. Sony certainly gets credit for listing more devices ... Read More »