Sony has started sending out Jelly Bean updates. Spotted by Xperia Blog, the Jelly Bean update was only certified for the Xperia T yesterday, so Sony hasn't wasted any time in pushing it out to consumers. Sony seems to be sending the update out in waves, so unfortunately, some consumers are going to have a longer wait than others.
Android games and happen to own an HTC phone, then your search may be over. HTC and PlayStation Mobile have announced that they've teamed up to bring Android users a handful of free games throughout the month of February. There will be a new game to download every week, and the companies have chosen to make Cubixx free for the first week.
Sony C5303 HuaShan recently leaked. Those images arrived with some specs, however while we knew this was going to be an Xperia branded device, it was not clear which one it would be. That being said, it would appear as if those details have since been revealed. But keep in mind, while we have seen some confirmation, the details have not yet arrived direct from Sony.
announced the Xperia E smartphone back in December. At the time Sony was touting this handset as being affordable, however they were not quite as forthcoming in terms of a price or a release date. Anyway, while we have yet to learn of a release date, the handset has recently been granted approval from the FCC.
Xperia Z, it looks like Sony has inched things one step closer to a release. We are seeing some pricing along with some pre-order availability. Xperia Z details have recently appeared with Sony as well as with several carriers and retailers to include Phones4u, Carphone Warehouse, Three and O2.
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.
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.
Apple, Huawei, Sony and ZTE. The report shows all smartphones vendors as having shipped 219.4 million units during Q4 2012.
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).