PlayStation 4 console. Shuhei Yoshida, who has been the Sony's public face for the past months, has just announced the availability of the PlayStation App on Google Play Store and iTunes app store, possibly heralding the imminent arrival of the console.
Sony has yet to confirm which device, or devices they were going to announce during the event. And while Sony has yet to confirm the Xperia Z1S announcement is coming on the 12th, a recent leak certainly suggests that is the device that will be announced.
Sony is preparing a smartphone that might bear some uncanny resemblance to the Sony Xperia Z1.
Android Open Source Project for its line of Xperia devices, Sony has provided the source code for its thermal management solution. This gives developers and modders not just the tool to keep devices' thermal output in check, but also the means to fine tune the manager as well.
Sony recently began teasing some Jelly Bean and Kit Kat updates. That was little more than Sony promising and update next week with more details about Android 4.3 and 4.4. Well, next week has arrived and so has that status update from Sony. There are still some specifics that will need to be spelled out, however Sony has offered some rough timelines and some specific devices.
Sony Xperia Z Ultra, the 6.44-inch screen begs some questions. It’s too large to reasonably make a phone call on, which Sony seemed to concede with their tiny Bluetooth handheld accompaniment. It’s almost tablet sized, even though we still think of 7-inches as the tablet cut-off size.
Xperia Z1 flagship, at least if they're on T-Mobile. While no exact date has been set in stone yet, the smartphone has just been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG bearing T-Mobile's name, suggesting that an official launch might be coming soon.