Sony put its smartphone lineup through a bit of a revamp this year, and while it’s been confusing at times, we thought we had covered all their new devices. The Sony Xperia X Compact is one we all missed but appears to exist according to a new leak.
Whenever you plunk down your hard earned cash for an expensive smartphone, it’s always nice to know it will see upgrades for several years. Lots of folks are wondering if their favorite device will get the Android 7.0 Nougat update, and if you sport a Sony handset, wonder no more.
We’ve shown you some killer iPhone 8 concepts over the past few months, but now it’s time to turn our eye towards the Android side of things. The Sony Shadow is a new concept from designer Hege, and it’s the type of handset that has plenty of substance to go along with its style.
Another day, another smartphone leak. The Sony Xperia XR has made an appearance again, and it’s a device we think you’ll be very familiar with.
We have seen the Sony Xperia XA Ultra announced for several different locales, and now it’s the UK’s turn at bat. The handset has finally arrived in the region and carries a reasonable price tag of £299.
In one of my previous articles I mentioned the fact that Sony released its Xperia X line of smartphones in the US and today’s piece of intel is that the best of the bunch, the Xperia XA Ultra is now available for $369,99 unlocked and loaded.
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.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you are probably well aware of the PS VR. Sony’s VR setup for the Ps4 is set to debut this fall, and we hope you moved swiftly to secure one as the last big VR push by the company has come to an end today.