Sony on Thursday confirmed the upcoming availability of the Xperia Z1f, a smaller version of the flagship Z1 smartphone. The internal hardware is largely unchanged; we’re still looking at a
Sony announced on Monday that Japanese carriers will soon offer the Xperia UL, a 5-inch 1080p HD experience. Specifications include a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB RAM, a 2300mAH
Sony has officially announced the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, and it looks pretty slick. As far as specs, we’re looking at: 10.1-inch Android 4.1 1920 x 1200 display quad-core 1.5GHz
Well, well, well. Looks like the rumors of a 5-inch HTC smartphone with a 1080p HD display turned out to be true. HTC has announced a new device for Japan,
In past, several companies have launched products which are designed especially for kids, like the MEEP. The good things about such gadgets are that they are easy to use and have
The Japanese carrier schedules seventeen devices for June through August.
Sharp just announced the AQUOS Phone IS14SH, packing Gingerbread, a 3.7-inch qHD LCD display, and an 8MP CMOS camera with 720p HD video capture. NFC is also along for the ride,
The Japanese carrier has at least 24 new devices expected through early 2012, including a number of Android products.
Soon Google will be launching the first ever Ice Cream Sandwich powered device with Samsung and we can’t wait! But if you want to check out the first ever announced Ice
Fujitsu, known for making lower-end computers and other devices, is apparently ready to throw its hat into the Android tablet game, with the Fujitsu “Arrows Tab,” a rugged Honeycomb tablet.
Well I can’t read Japanese, but according to XPERIA Blog, the image above shows specs of a new Sony Ericsson device. This new device, possibly the Nozomi, has specs similar to
E-readers are getting pretty popular these days, and if you love reading books, then Panasonic may just have the tablet for you. They’re planning to launch an Android-based e-reader in
Again we find ourselves a bit jealous of our Android brothers and sisters who live in Japan.
Japanese website Nikkei has quoted Sony’s Sir Howard Stringer as saying that the company will bow its first Honeycomb tablet by the end of the summer. Further, the United States