Google Music? Paltry. 5GB of DropBox storage for HTC phones? Child's play. Sony Ericsson is pumping up the value proposition with 50 gigabytes of free online storage for all users of its XPERIA Android phones. That's an undeniably useful feature as more and more consumers move into the cloud. Activation is easy, and it lasts for the life of your Box.net account.
Sony's Ericsson's online store, and should start popping up at various retailers next month. For the moment, each are only available in their unlocked and full-priced forms.
Ice Cream Sandwich source code yesterday, Sony Ericsson is assuring its customers that every Xperia phone made in 2011 will receive an official update. That includes the Xperia arc and arc S, Xperia PLAY, Xperia neo and neo V, Xperia mini and mini pro, Xperia pro, Xperia active, Xperia ray as well as Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman. Of course, not all models are available in all markets.
Xperia Arc HD, also known as the Nozomi internally. We've seen leaks regarding this phone since as far back as August and just last week was seen being called the Arc HD with its 1280 x 720p resolution. Today we have some hands-on pictures that were leaked to the wild.
Xperia ray. This little smartphone may be tiny but it definitely packs a punch. Below we have some details and photos for you to check out. Plus, I've compared this small and sleek phone to something with a size more in line with most phones for a comparison and to show just how small it really is, so check out the video after the break.
according to reports. Sony plans to bring all the operations in house to go along with the TVs, Cameras, Media Players, and more that they've produced over the years.
Windows Mobile 7 in the next few months. CEO Bert Nordberg spoke with The Wall Street Journal on the company's plans and direction, assuring investors (and customers) that their support for Android isn't going anywhere. In a time of uncertainty for Android's top-tier manufacturers, the support is much appreciated.
way back in June, and it looks like U.S. Android fans with an aversion to contracts can pick one up now. Online electronics megastore NewEgg has the Android smartphone available for $379.99, running on AT&T's 3G mobile bands. T-Mobile customers can get in on the action as well, but according to the product listing they'll be limited to 2G data speeds.