Sony Xperia Z flagship smartphone we have some excellent news. Last week we saw our first leak of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for the Z, after months of waiting for an update, then sadly the Xperia XL actually received the update first. However, today multiple reports are stating the Z is in fact seeing an OTA update as of this morning.
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Sony. The Xperia Z Ultra (codenamed Togari) has leaked again in a slew of screenshots, which reveal all the details, screen size, resolution and more about this phablet. We've also seen this device called the Xperia ZU, but we'll have to wait until Sony announces it next month.
Sony Xperia Z smartphone soon. We've seen countless leaks, support documents on T-Mobile's site, and then last week they started teasing us with a device under water in a little teaser video. Today however, the official sign-up page has finally gone live.
Sony Xperia Z waterproof smartphone. After a few screenshots leaked this morning, we now have the full Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the Xperia Z. It leaked in all its glory over on XDA, and we have more details below for those interested in updating a bit early.
T-Mobile has recently posted a short video on YouTube. The video measures in at just 23 seconds in length and shows little more than someone diving into a pool and then swimming a short distance underwater. That may sound a little strange by itself, but then we look back to the earlier rumors which have been leading up to an announcement for the Sony Xperia Z -- which just so happens to be a waterproof handset.
GALAXY S 4, then last week HTC announced the Nexus experience HTC One, and now it sounds like Sony could be next. And I'm sure Huawei and LG will probably follow. Read on for more details on the Xperia Z GE.
T-Mobile has yet to officially announce the Sony Xperia Z, however it looks like another piece of evidence has surfaced. Basically, it is looking like a release date is getting closer. This latest bit of evidence has arrived directly from the T-Mobile website, specifically on the support pages. The carrier has recently added quite a few how-to pages dealing with the Xperia Z.
Sony fans. The companies CEO Kaz Hirai took the stage and had a few things to say about their products, the Xperia Z, and even mentioned we'll be seeing it arrive on US carriers soon. Sony's been making some stellar smartphones, but sadly the US hasn't been able to enjoy them but that will soon be changing.
Sony offered some details on the global release of the Xperia Tablet Z a short while back. Basically, Sony had said the tablet would soon be coming available for purchase. Those in the US have had pre-orders available for a while now and it looked like things were going to remain the same in terms of a shipping date. As of today however, that shipping date has slipped a bit.
Sony branded devices being supported under the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The Xperia S was supported back in 2012 and a more recent addition was the Xperia Z smartphone. As of today, Sony has announced AOSP support for the Xperia Tablet Z. Similar to those other offerings from Sony, this latest basically means that the Xperia Tablet Z software will be open and available for developers.