Aside from the Xperia Z5 line, Sony also has an ultimate winner in the Xperia M4 Aqua. It’s one of the highly anticipated smartphones from the brand because it’s totally waterproof although some people made the mistake of
A gadget teardown is an important process because it allows geeks and experts to see what's inside the device. It may be heartbreaking for some but it's needed for those in the mobile industry who wants to review a certain model.
The new flagship from Sony, the Xperia Z5 was declared as the smartphone with the best camera and video capture capability by DxO, considered the industry standard when it comes to this aspect of a device. And to brag about their
If you missed out on what Playstation Vue is, you might want to check it out. It is for real, honest-to-goodness, internet television. If you’ve ever imagined cable TV, but with all the perks of online resources and DVR
The community of teardown techs at iFixit are a boon to the mobile device industry, making repairs that much easier. This time they publish a teardown of Sony’s newest flagship, the Sony Xperia Z5. It’s worth mentioning that
Still in the business. That's what Sony Mobile wants to tell the whole world. There are rumors and reports going around that the Japanese company has plans of bidding the mobile industry goodbye and is about to start searching
Months after we complained about the 8GB version of the Xperia M4 Aqua being too small and not enough, Sony has finally responded by releasing a software update for the said model. This particular update will roll out
Sony's second time to bring the Concept for Android Marshmallow is finally rolling out. A few weeks after the announcement and call for users of Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact, Sony has started to release the Android Marshmallow
The slow “exodus" from Android KitKat to Lollipop was quite frustrating for some users. And when Android 5.1 (and its consequent minor updates) arrived, it became another waiting game. So Android users have learned not to hold
If you’ve been following us for a while now – or if you own an unlocked Sony Xperia device – you will know that Sony approaches the issue of AOSP-based (Android Open Source Project) custom ROMs on their devices differently.