Reader Mode in Chrome is still experimental but at least now it works in the regular version of the browser; you don’t need Chrome Beta for Android. Sony’s is expected to introduce its Xperia Z4 at CES with minimal, but good, changes over the Z3.
The Sony Xperia Z3 was already a pretty good flagship phone. What would make it better? Just a few small things and several of them appear to be coming to the Xperia Z4 based on an alleged specification leak.
Sure, the Sony Experia Z3v uses a slightly older processor compared to newer flagship phones but it’s waterproof, has a great 5.2-inch display, supports high-resolution audio feedback, runs for two days on a charge and has minimal skinning over Android.
The smartphone market isn’t kind as Sony is finding out. With stiff competition from other Android makers on one side and Apple on the other, losses are mounting for the company which is taking a 180 billion yen charge after revaluing its mobile division.
Thanks to Softbank, Sony may have another avenue to sell its smartphones, which sorely need a sales boost: Sprint will reportedly sell the next Sony Xperia flagship, expected at next month’s IFA event.
Verizon has scored the exclusive LTE model of Sony’s Xperia Z2 tablet in the U.S. You can get special promotional pricing for this dust-resistant, waterproof full HD tablet, provided you agree to a new two-year contract with Verizon.
Sony’s new camera phone comes with a beefed-up 5MP front shooter. It’s not for video-conferencing, though, it’s for self-portraits.
According to the screens, the Xperia Z2 will ship with Android 4.4.2 KitKat and support 4K video capture.
Sony on Thursday detailed its plans for upgrading devices to Android 4.4 KitKat. If you own a relatively recent Xperia device you’re in luck.
In a recent interview Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai revealed the company wants to become the world’s third largest smartphone seller, but doesn’t plan to make a big push in the U.S. or China.
If you like the Xperia Z1 but think it’s little too big, you’re in luck. Sony just announced the Xperia Z1F, a smaller version of its Z1 flagship.
Sony finally took the wraps off of the Xperia Z1, an IP58-rated waterproof smartphone with a 20.7 megapixel camera.
A promo advertisement suggests that EE will include a free Sony Smartwatch 2 for customers that pre-order the Sony Xperia Z1 handset. Could an U.S. carrier follow suit and sweeten the deal for Sony’s latest smartphone?
Sony tweeted a link to a video showing an upcoming new Xperia smartphone with a September 4 announcement date.
Sony has posted two images of a new phone on its Facebook page, believed to be the rumored Xperia Z1 (aka Honami). One picture shows the phone fully immersed in water.
Sony isn’t dragging its feet now that Android 4.3 is available from Google. The handset maker has a list of which Xperia devices will see the new software and is even considering moving some Android 4.1 phones to the latest version.
Sony’s Xperia Z hit T-Mobile this week and is ready to take advantage of the carrier’s new LTE markets: Either in water or on dry land. LG is prepping for its G2 while the HTC One can now run either Sense or pure Android.
Sony’s Xperia Z is ready for T-Mobile’s LTE network: The Android 4.1 device has both a great screen and camera as well numerous connectivity options. How does it stack up to its peers with a slightly older chip? Surprisingly well.
Looking for a 5-inch smartphone that’s not too big? Sony’s Xperia ZL has to be a contender as the front face is nearly all screen. Here are my first impressions after spending some time with the Android handset.
Sony’s attempt at a smartphone success in the U.S. looks good on paper: The Xperia ZL has top-notch hardware. But without a carrier partner, can consumers be convinced to pay full price?
A trio of Sony Mobile’s Xperia smartphones are now available in the U.S., but you won’t find them in carrier stores. Instead, the company is selling the full-priced phones directly to consumers through Sony Stores, and various web retailers; a tough sell in the U.S.
Sony’s new Xperia sola smartphone helps users navigate the web: Simply hovering a finger over a web page, without actually touching the screen, will highlight links. Called “floating touch,” the feature acts as an on-screen cursor in the browser when moving a finger around the page.
Sony Ericsson will bring Android 2.3.4 to all 2011 Xperia handsets, adding Google Talk video, deeper Facebook integration and support for USB peripherals. The new Xperia Neo V will launch with the software update, but it’s not enough to compete for the top Android sales spot.
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