The Android 6.0 Marshmallow may be ready for public release but still a lot of Android devices have yet to receive Android 5.0 or Android 5.1. Most Lollipop-powered phones easily receive the 5.1 version and we’re expecting
Sony is announcing a new smartphone. Actually, it’s partly a rehash of an existing smartphone. The Xperia M2 Aqua is everything that its name suggests: a variant of a mid-tier device that was announced early this year,
The firmware update that will push Sony’s midrange beauty – the Xperia M2 – to Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now rolling out, though it has been noted that the update applies to a limited few so far. The Xperia M2 launched in
Sometimes, the latest phone model with all its features and whistles and bells is not enough for a lot of mobile users. Sony understands this segment of the market and has launched a new website called Made for Xperia that allows
If you think Sony doesn’t do mid-range, think again. At MWC this week, Sony is introducing their Xperia M2. Though not the top-end flagship we’re used to seeing from Sony, the Xperia M2 certainly is a profound smartphone.