CyanogenMod is bringing Android to devices no manufacturer, or even Google, would dare go. In particular, the popular custom ROM has been the savior of many older devices that are relatively capable of running more recent Android versions, such as some of Sony's Xperia smartphones from 2011.
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 has officially announced the US availability of the Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z Ultra smartphones. The handsets are both arriving unlocked and by way of the online Sony store and in select Sony retail stores. And similar to what we have been seeing from Sony, both of these have arrived as waterproof. Not to mention, available in a variety of colors.
Xperia Z1 "Honami", or the gigantic Xperia Z Ultra, or maybe even the newly announced Xperia Z1 f "Honami mini", but are buried far too deep in your older device's data and apps? Worry not as Sony has just released Xperia Transfer 3.0 that will make it even easier to migrate your essential contacts, messages, files, and even apps to your brand new Sony Xperia device.
Sony has finally taken off the covers from its Xperia Z1 f SO-02F smartphone, what everyone is nicknaming the "Honami mini". And indeed, it seems that it has inherited almost all the impressive features of its larger sibling, but packaged in a more manageable size.