Sony’s C5 Ultra has been to subject of a few leaks in recent times, and now the MediaTek powered device with super-thin bezels and twin 13MP cameras (front and rear) has been officially outed. We have more images and specifications after the break.
We’re just wrapping up another exciting week at Talk Android! OnePlus announced the OnePlus Two, which has been met with much controversy. Motorola revealed a bunch of new devices and accessories: the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, Moto G, and a handful of Bluetooth headsets. Despite a successfully funded IndieGoGo campaign, the YotaPhone 2 will not be coming to the United States, and Google has indefinitely delayed the Android M Developer Preview 3.
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Ahead on their official announcement, two new mid-range Sony Xperia devices have been leaked in their full glory. One of them happens to be the bezel-less 6-incher Xperia C5 Ultra, while the other – the Xperia M5 – looks like a stripped down version of Sony’s current flagship, the Xperia Z3+.
Sony announced today via an email to customers and a notice on its website that it will be shutting down its online store come August 28 at 1pm PST. If you were looking to buy a device straight from Sony, you’ll need to act fast.
Next week, Sony’s Xperia line will be joined by a new device. The company released a teaser this morning on its social media accounts, hinting that a new Xperia model is coming on August 3.
The company posted an operating profit of $780 million for the second quarter of 2015, with an overall revenue of $14.5 billion. Sony’s image sensor division had a fantastic year, bringing in $249 million, while its music portion made $260 million. The gaming division of Sony focused around its PlayStation consoles grew to $160 million. Mobile phones and tablets didn’t look so hot, though, with an operating loss of $188 million. Read more
We’ve heard a ton of scuttlebutt with Sony’s upcoming bezel-free smartphone, the Xperia C5 Ultra, being the main topic of conversion over the course of the past few weeks, but we haven’t seen any tangible evidence revealing what the device may look like.
Up until now, that is.