Sony Ericsson has become the latest hardware maker to put provide detailed behind plans for an Android 4.0 update across select products. Specifically, the company has outlined the starting time frame for Ice Cream Sandwich rollout for the 2011 Xperia line. Essentially the newer models …
Sony Ericsson just pinged us to let us know that the Xperia active has gone on sale in the United States at Newegg.com and other online outlets. Water resistant and dust proof, the active runs Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread and features a display technology that can …
As one of the first big moves in the post S0ny-Ericsson era, Sony has decided to shelve feature phones in favor of going all in on smartphones. A recent post over on Economic Times tells us that the last few remnants of the Sony Ericsson …
The Sony Ericsson gets yet another exclusive game today as EA Sports brings FIFA 12 to the Xperia PLAY. Using gameplay optimized specifically for the “Playstation Phone”, players can have the ability to play quick matches, daily challenges, or even get involved in cup tournament. …
Sony Ericsson, the joint mobile venture formed between Sony Corp. and Telefon AB L.M. back in 2001 may be nearing its final days. No, not because of lagging phone sales or a lack of direction. Instead, the word on the streets is that Sony wants …
Sony Ericsson has thrown four new ads online today which extol the virtues of their Xperia PLAY handset. Okay, not really. One features Esteban, a sewer worker who loves his phone but isn’t a fan of some of the emails and calls he receives. Another …
Sony Ericsson recently introduced the world to the Xperia Ray, a mid-range device with some good specs. Now the UK’s largest carrier, Vodafone UK, has officially launched the Xperia Ray. The Ray packs Android 2.3, along with a 3.3-inch Reality display with Sony’s BRAVIA Engine, …
The Sony Ericsson Xperia series consists of some good Android handsets, not to forget the beautiful and stylish Xperia ARC. Last month, we first heard about the SE Nozomi which will be another addition to the Sony Ericsson smartphone line. We heard that Nozomi will …
Sony Ericsson has taken a bit of a proactive approach for their 2011 Xperia handsets, pledging support for an unannounced Android platform. A representative recently spoke with SoMobile confirming that all of their current generation devices will receive Android 4.0, or, Ice Cream Sandwich. Expected …
Sony Ericsson announced earlier today that their entire 2011 Xperia smart phone line will see Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. Save for the ability to support front-facing video chat through Google Talk, the Android aspect is not all that major. The bigger part of the news here …
Back in May, Verizon officially launched the Xperia Play and the era of the PlayStation Phone was upon us. Fast forward two months and now Verizon has slashed the price of handset to $99 with contract. Verizon is offering the deal as part of a …
All your smartphone are belong to us! Apparently no one is using their smartphone to be productive, they just want to play games!
According to Nielsen research, games continue to be the most popular app category while productivity apps find themselves on the lower rungs of the ladder. This of course doesn’t surprise me one bit, what does surprise me is the fact that 93% of the people downloading games are actually willing to pay for them! Hear that developers? You’re more likely to get paid off of games vs. any other category. Chop, chop, start churning out those games!
Pictured to the left are the two newly announced Sony-Ericsson Android devices named the Ray and the Active respectively. The Ray being the newest “luxury” model of the XPERIA line, and the Active being a rugged dust-proof and water resistant handset.
We’ve been hearing a bit more than normal about our friends from Sony Ericsson. First there was the announcement that they’ll be incorporating NFC chips into future devices, and now this. We’ve gotten our hands on a photo of what’s being dubbed as the Xperia Duo. We don’t have any real specs at the moment, other than the fact that it’ll be packing a dual-core processor and what appears to be a rather large screen.
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