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.
Sony has recently sent out an invite for an event that will be taking place on July 4th. The invite arrived as the standard 'save the date' style teaser, however there are a few details and hints included. Just to begin with, the invite is showing the side profile of the device that is expected to be announced, the Sony Xperia ZU. This handset is expected to arrive with a 6.44-inch display and if we are looking at the invite correctly -- it also appears as if it will have support for a stylus.
smartwatches at the moment, however it looks like Sony has some news that make have their watch a favorite amongst the developer crowd. Sony has had the Smart Extensions API available which lead to a decent selection of apps, however as of today things are going to be a bit more open. In short, Sony has announced the "Open SmartWatch Project."
Sony Xperia ZL, the company decided to take a two-device approach to their flagship offering. We have the fully waterproof and impressive 5-inch 1080p powered Xperia Z. Then they dropped the slightly different, thicker, and not waterproof Xperia ZL in a shorter package. It's available unlocked for US carriers as we speak, but today we'll be giving it a closer look so read on after the break for our thoughts on this flagship top-tier Sony smartphone.
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.
Sony has officially announced their latest Google TV device. The model is called the NSZ-GS8 "Internet Player with Google TV" and availability is set to begin in July. With the GS8 in mind, this model is similar to the already available GS7, though there is one new feature worth mentioning. While the NSZ-GS8 is a full-featured Google TV box, one of the nicer perks comes with the remote control.
Sony has a device with every letter in the alphabet they're moving on to additional naming methods. Today we're seeing a pretty random image of what is being reported as the Sony Xperia ZU Phablet. Previously spotted and rumored as the Togari tablet.
Sony. That being their impressive XPERIA ZL flagship device. It has been available to buy unlocked in the U.S. for a little while already, but we wanted to take a closer look at the hardware and software in a quick unboxing, while also pondering the idea of an XPERIA Nexus edition. Take a peek below at the video and plenty of hands-on pictures.
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.