Sony smartphone have been leaked. Codenamed Odin, this phone is hinted at being the company's possible flagship for next year. While the user agent profiles don't reveal a lot of information, they do show us three model numbers: C6502, C6503, and C6506. It runs Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1).
launched their brand new service called PlayStation Mobile where users can pick up games on select Android devices. Of course, Vita owners can also grab these titles on their portable gaming system. As of launch, there are around 20 paid titles available through PlayStation Mobile, and we assume that list of titles will grow substantially over time.
Sony's newest tablet to grace the Android marketplace is the Xperia Tablet S. It was announced just a week ago in Berlin, Germany, during IFA 2012 and went up for sale immediately in the UK. Today however the new and improved tablet can finally be purchased for those in the US who'd like to enjoy that Xperia goodness.
Xperia S has some pretty impressive specs when it launched earlier this year but sadly still came with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Sony did add a few ICS-like features with folders and such but it isn't quite the same. We have good news today because over at the Sony forums we're hearing the update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is coming soon.
Sony Hayabusa leaked giving us additional details and even spotted on camera, and now we have one more. This leak though, shows us the low-end and is the previously revealed Sony ST21i Tapioca budget smartphone. It won't be winning any design awards but might be a winner for your wallet.
Sony came right out and made their intentions very clear for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. Stating that all Xperia smartphones from 2011 would receive the update to the latest and greatest OS from Google. While they've already started these upgrades for many Nordic countries, today they've update their blog with additional details.
Xperia arc S, Xperia neo V and Xperia ray (which make may Shift key feel neglected each time I write about them). Right now the updates are limited to northern Europe: Demark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. According to Sony's official blog post, these three phones will get updates around the globe over the next six weeks.
Xperiablog got their hands on a promo video highlighting key new features of the Sony user interface that shows off a some beautiful new widgets, and even calls the UI "UXP NXT".