Sony previously trademarked the term "my Xperia" and while it seemed logical to think they were planning to roll-out a service of some kind or another, it wasn't until today that we got that answer. In short, Sony has launched the my Xperia remote security service. The one catch, Sony has launched it as a beta and as of right now -- the availability is limited.
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Sony C5303. The handset has previously been given the codename of HuaShan and this particular model is one that will bring LTE connectivity. Sony is also expected to have other variants of this handset including the C5302 and C5306.
Sony Mobile has come forward with some details in terms of which markets each of the LTE capable Xperia handsets will work in. All in all, the Xperia lineup consists of eight LTE devices including the recently announced Xperia Z (C6603). The device list also includes the ion (LT28i), TL (LT30at), T (LTE30a), V (LT25i), SX (SO-0SD), AX (SO-01E) and ZL (LTE C6503, C6506).
Sony has put an end to another series of rumors. These latest were tablet related, specifically, for the Xperia Tablet Z which has been announced for just one market as of this time. We should also point out that while Sony has officially announced the Xperia Tablet Z, this feels more like it is a soft launch and that we should expect some additional details moving forward.
Sony unveiled the Xperia Z smartphone during CES, and well, it looks like a "Z" tablet may also be in the works. The details have yet to be confirmed by Sony, however it is looking as if they are getting ready to announce the Tablet Z. The tablet is expected to have a 10.1-inch Full HD display and arrive during the second quarter of 2013.
HTC is ready to step up their game moving into the new year, and it looks like another smartphone maker may be doing something similar. The other company is Sony Mobile and according to recent statements from Stephen Sneeden, Sony Mobile is looking to become a "premium smartphone provider."
Sony plans to officially announce this device. That being said, we wouldn't be surprised if we end up seeing a few more leaks in the the days before CES.
Sony Yuga related leak has surfaced. This latest has arrived in the form of two images. And on top of the images, there is also word that we may be seeing a bit more in-depth coverage of the handset later this afternoon. Keep in mind though, even the promised in-depth coverage is not yet coming from Sony.