Looking for an Xperia Play? If you head over to WireFly.com you can pre-order one right now. Also, (for a limited time) when you pre-order a play, WireFly will give
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was launched last year as SE’s flagship device, but the device pretty much failed because it didn’t get Android updates on time, despite the fact that we heard it would get Gingerbread. Now it seems that Sony Ericsson is looking to launch some more new Android devices.
Sony Ericsson is making it easy for customers to unlock the bootloader for their handsets with the launch of a new website. The company is now providing the necessary tools
Sony Ericsson recently announced a bunch of new Android phones at the MWC 2011, notably the Xperia Arc and Xperia Play. Canadian carrier Rogers has officially announced that they will
Now that the PlayStation Phone has landed in a number of markets, Sony Ericsson needs to generate interest and get people excited over the phone/gaming device hybrid. And, no, we’re
There are more XPERIA X10 Mini images this morning for you to check out. We got the above image from Sense.net, showing the form factor of the Android 2.3 powered handset. Also pictured is a bit of the UXP launcher that Sony is implementing into it’s Android builds.
According to the Sony Ericsson Developer Blog the new line of 2011 Xperia smartphones will allow “advanced developers” to unlock the boot loader legally. This feature will only be available
Our German brethren at HandyGames (Handy being the German colloquial term for smartphones) are getting ready to release some new titles for the Xperia.
At the exhibition booth in Barcelona, Spain, HandyGames showed off to MWC visitors three different titles available for the PLAY. They showed their original, award-winning casual brain-training game infeCCt, (optimized for the device) as well as a couple new titles like Super Dynamite Fishing, and Guns’n’Glory.
The above video was posted on myandroidlife4ever, giving us another look at the Sony Experia Neo. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Another pair of images for Sony Ericsson’s purported X10 Mini Pro successor have made their way online, giving a decent look at both the front and back of the device. As one might expect, the phone still looks to be among the smallest Android phones whenever it debuts.
The guys over Xperiax10.net have given us a glimpse of what seems to be the successor to the X10 mini or X10 mini pro. This device is running Gingerbread, and has a a 3-inch (320 x 480) multi-touch display, 1GHz processor and the Adreno 205 GPU.
Sony Ericsson is already sending out invitations to a Mobile World Congress event where they plan to show off the new members of the Xperia family. As to what specifically we
The Unofficial Sony Ericsson Blog is posting what they are suggesting are the specs for the yet-announced Sony Ericsson ANZU/X12 handset.
One of the few devices still in the dark age is the Xperia. Not very much longer. The Xperia X10 and X10 mini and X10pro all will soon be running
The Sony Xperia X10 is a nice looking phone. Sony has always had a bit of style when it comes to their products. Unfortunately, they don’t always make the best software choices. Such it was with the Xperia X10 and the X10 Mini.