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While Sony released the unlocked version of the Xperia ZL in the U.S. earlier this year, the company has now begun selling its premium cousin, the Xperia Z, stateside.
A recent FCC listing has revealed that the Sony Xperia Z flagship will be released in the US on T-Mobile's 4G LTE networks.
Details have leaked out about two new handsets from Sony, including a 6.44-inch phablet and a 5-inch smartphone, codenamed Togari and Honami.
The waterproof build that was seen on Sony's recent Xperia Z smartphone may be featured on the company's next flagship, the Xperia ZR.
Apparently no U.S. carrier is going t pick up the Sony Xperia XL, but those in those country who are interested in this high-end phone will soon be able to buy it unlocked, straight from Sony.
A recent report done by J.D. Power & Associates has found that, generally speaking, satisfaction among smartphone users is rising, and that satisfaction has increased substantially since 2012.
If you break your phone, who do you call (after getting a replacement phone, that is) to get the data off your old one?
The Xperia Z will be Sony's flagship smartphone, and will boast features like a 5-inch Retina touchscreen and 13 MP camera. Learn more about it in this video preview.
Here at CES, we got some time to go hands-on with Sony's latest Android smartphone offerings, the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL.
Two of Sony's upcoming Xperia smartphones, the Z "Yuga" and the ZL "Odin" made their first appearances on the company's Japanese website on New Year's Day.
Sony, a company not often mentioned in the same breath as Apple, Samsung and HTC, has quietly moved into the number three position in the global smartphone market in the third quarter, but it got there in a less than glorious way.
Staying true to its word, Sony has started taking pre-orders for an unlocked version of the water and dust-resistant Xperia Advance in the U.S., giving smartphone users a rugged alternative to the delicate devices that currently flood the market.
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