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Well what do ya know? The upcoming Sony Honami looks like a Sony Xperia smartphone! A render of the device found its way to ePrice who promptly passed it along
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
The rumored Xperia A has passed through the FCC on its way to Japan’s NTT DoCoMo. The filing shows the handset as having a 5-inch 1080p HD display, removable 2300mAh
New rumors surfacing over the weekend suggest Sony will introduce a new model in the second half of 2013 which operates under the code name of Honami. Details are reported
The first set of images for an upcoming Sony C6603 “Yuga” smartphone have appeared online, thanks to German tech blog AndroidSchweiz. Recently found in AnTuTu benchmarks, the phone looks to
Sony today introduced its next Android smartphone, the Xperia SL, however they weren’t quite ready to divulge its release date, pricing, or expected markets. Specifications for the Xperia SL are
Sony’s next big Android could rival the Galaxy S III and HTC One X.
Due in Q3, both are proof that rugged phones don’t have to be ugly and boring.
Until now, the only thing we knew about Sony LT29i was that it was going to be arriving this summer. We learned from a leaked roadmap that the handset would
AT&T today announced that they will be offering the Sony Tablet P as part of their Android lineup come March 4th. Available for $399.99 with a two-year service agreement, the
We’ve been waiting months to break out the traditional proclamation!
Two of Sony Ericsson’s more recent Android smartphones are available direct from Sony.
Sony has officially started taking pre-orders for their Tablet S through their own website as well as through various retail outlets. Expected to start shipping on September 16th in the
Sony confirmed the existence of two rumored Android 3.0 tablets today with a press release for their new “Sony Tablet”. Yup, that’s the name, for now. Engadget pretty much nailed