Sony plans to officially announce this device. That being said, we wouldn't be surprised if we end up seeing a few more leaks in the the days before CES.
Sony Yuga (C660X) may end up launching as the Sony Xperia Z. And well, it looks like another recently leaked Sony handset may have gotten an Xperia branded name. This latest is the handset that has been using the codename of Odin. Simply put, the Odin is now expected to arrive as the Sony Xperia X.
Sony Yuga has gotten a name. According to the latest details, the Sony Yuga will be launching as the Sony Xperia Z. And in addition to the Xperia Z name, this latest round of leaks also includes some details about the specs and the handset in general. Of course, like any leak, we caution that things may change before an official announcement.
Sony Yuga related leak has surfaced. This latest has arrived in the form of two images. And on top of the images, there is also word that we may be seeing a bit more in-depth coverage of the handset later this afternoon. Keep in mind though, even the promised in-depth coverage is not yet coming from Sony.
Xperia flagship handsets. Keeping in mind though, these details have yet to be confirmed by Sony and the handset is still going by nothing more than the codename. That warning out of the way, the handset is the Sony Yuga and based on the details we have been seeing -- this looks like it may be an interesting device.
Sony has announced a new smartphone application coming to Android devices called Xperia Lounge. Sony describes the app as a new entertainment application with exclusive content and competitions. These span film, music, gaming, and sports. The app is not available to only Xperia devices, so anyone with an Android device can download it and check it out.
Sony released details the Xperia E smartphone. They announced that it would be an affordable device with some decent specs. However, they left off one key piece of information, and that is the price of the device. Well, Sony Mobile Germany released recommended pricing for the device, and now we know that is truly affordable.
announced their J Butterfly (and HTC DLX for Verizon) with a 5-inch 1080p HD display, Sony is looking to join the fun. Today some images have surfaced of what could be Sony's next flagship smartphone.
to announce plans for releasing Jelly Bean to its phones released in 2012. The list of phones receiving the update is quite large. That being said, there might be some disappointed individuals with phones released in 2011 who will not be getting some delicious Jelly Beans on their smartphones.