Select devices from the Xperia family are beginning to see a software update that brings with it the latest version of Android. And, no, it does not include the concept software being tested by Sony.
Sony is working on a new version of its software for Xperia devices that may bring a design overhaul to the company’s devices in the near future. Sony says that the concept software brings a “fresh take on the Sony user experience”.
According to a new report out, Sony is preparing to launch a second smartphone alongside its much-rumored Lavender next month. The handset has been internally codenamed the E5606 and is expected to launch under the branding ‘C5 Ultra’.
According to popular tipster @Upleaks, Sony’s upcoming selfie-focused smartphone, previously known by its internal codename Lavender, may be released publicly under the branding ‘Xperia C5 Ultra’.
Sony has just launched a brand new application called “Live Screen Streaming”on the Play Store, that’s exclusively available to all Xperia smartphone and tablet owners. The app does exactly what it says on the tin; it allows users to stream their screen in real-time.
A leaked advertisement appeared online earlier today to impart that Sony may launch the Verizon-branded variant of its flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z4, in the United States on Thursday, August 13.
Sony Mobile CEO and President Hiroki Totoki left some remarks in an interview with Arabian Business on Saturday that really demonstrates the dedication and dive he has towards the mobile sector of Sony’s business.
If the latest report out of Japan is anything to go by, Sony is gearing up to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone of 2015, the Xperia Z5, later this year in Asia for around $650.
The Sony Xperia Z3+ has been rolling out across the world, but consumers in the US were left with only the Verizon variant. However a few Amazon sellers have now listed the single or dual SIM unlocked variants for sale at roughly $670 (currently).