Sony and T-Mobile have teamed up once again. This time, they’re bringing us more greatness for an already amazing handset. Purchases of the new Sony Xperia Z1S through February 12 will get a free year of PlayStation Plus.
Sony has done the world a favor today, releasing the kernel source code for their newest handset. The Xperia Z1S, which is only available through T-Mobile, launched at CES to much fanfare. A powerful device that should keep us all satiated until the Xperia Z2 comes out, Sony is encouraging custom ROMs and other tweaks be made to it.
Sony and T-Mobile have created an important partnership lately. The duo have worked hand-in-hand to bring Sony’s handsets to the US, which is a needed opportunity for both. Sony’s offerings are easily one of the best, almost regardless of what they offer lately. That hasn’t changed, as both announce the Z1s will be available through the Uncarrier, starting today.
New details on the Sony D6503 (or 'Xperia Z2') are out, and show a handset that is really packing a punch. We have no concern when it comes to Sony hardware, but in getting a peek at their Android interface, we’re seeing a lot we like. Sony fans will really enjoy this, and if you’re on the fence about a new smartphone, you’re going to want to see what Sony has in store.
It seems as though Sony is prepping a follow-up to their Xperia Z1. The Z2, or ‘Sirius’ as it’s widely known, had some images leaked over the weekend. While it looks a lot like the Xperia Z1, the Z2 is getting significant upgrades. At just about every point on the list, the Z2 will be better than the already impressive Z1.
Capitalizing on a winning design, Sony is rumored to be working on yet another smartphone bearing the hallmarks of its latest flagship. This so-called Sony D6503 bears an uncanny resemblance to the Xperia Z1 but still has a few features that should differentiate it from Sony's highest end smartphone.
T-Mobile previously released the Sony Xperia Z, and the follow-up device has recently arrived with the carrier. This other device is the Sony Xperia Z1S, which sports some similarities in the specs, but does step up a bit in the way of the external design. That having been said, T-Mobile allowed us some hands-on time with the Xperia Z1S during CES and that meant a full week of carrying this latest waterproof Sony device. Curious about how the phone stands up, read on for our full review.
Sony has a few key Xperia devices at the moment. We have recently seen the Xperia Z1S launch with T-Mobile. Not to mention the Z Ultra which surprised everyone when it arrived as a Google Play edition handset. But while these are current handsets, it seems some pieces of a yet to be announced model have recently leaked. The handset in question is the Xperia Z2, which currently sports a codename of Sirius.
Sony has returned with another status update in terms of Android 4.3. They have yet to announce a specific availability date, however it looks like four Xperia handsets will be getting a bump in Jelly Bean in the next month or so. The devices include the Xperia T, TX, V and SP and the rough timeline points towards late January or early February.