If you’re from India and you’re a fan of the brand, today’s piece of intel is about the latest and greatest Xperia XA Ultra, as Sony officially confirmed the smartphone’s availability in your country starting from next week.
If you’re a big fan of the brand, that kind of person who mumbles every day “Japan ichi ban”, today’s good news is that the new Sony Xperia X Performance and the Xperia XA are now up for grabs in the US, the greatest country in the world, or so they say.
Just a week ago, we told you about a new smartphone from Sony that passed through the Benchmark listings. The Sony Xperia F8331 has now appeared in the wild, which gives us a look at the company’s next smartphone set to debut this year.
Announced earlier in May, the Sony Xperia E5 is now up for grabs for just £100 at Vodafone UK on “Pay as you go”. The new Xperia E5 is one of the most affordable droids in the company’s portfolio and is now available for purchase in both online/offline stores; if you desire so, you can opt for a two year contract with Vodafone and you’ll get the smartphone for free.
Sony F8331 gets listed with Snapdragon 820 and 23MP camera
Sony Xperia XA just landed in India and it’s now available both on/offline for a price tag of $309/INR 20,990. This happens after the XA was announced earlier in May together with its Xperia X sibling, which managed to get there first on June 7th.
If you’re a big fan of the Sony Xperia X line and you’re from the land of the free, home of the brave, the good news of today is that they’ve just become available on pre-order. We’re talking about the Sony Xperia X, the Xperia XA, the X Performance and the XA Ultra.
The long wait for Sony’s Xperia X Performance is over, as the smartphone just hit the shelves. There’s a catch to that, i.e. that’s only true if you’re from Taiwan.
The Sony Xperia family seems to be plagued with all sorts of tech issues, overheating being one of them, and today we have a video-clip with a Sony Xperia X’s camera boiling over and shutting down.
Stamina Mode is back at last in the Xperia Z5 family, after it mysteriously disappeared when Android rolled their latest 6.0 Marshmallow update.