Sony's Xperia Z1s makes some common-sense spec upgrades alongside creative camera changes. We go hands-on with the T-Mobile exclusive. » Read Article
Sony refreshed its high-end and midrange smartphones today with the Xperia Z2 and Xperia M2, offering high-end displays and 4K video recording, all in a perfectly pocketable package.
Sony's acquisition of Gaikai is finally bearing fruit as the new PlayStation Now service will enter a closed beta later this month, with full rollout targeted for later this summer.
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As part of the announcements at CES, Sony announced a new version of the Z1: the Z1S, replete with the waterproofing found on some of its other Xperia smartphones; it's coming exclusively to T-Mobile.
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Just days before IFA kicks off, Sony has announced the new Xperia Z1 flagship smartphone. Powered by Android 4.2.2, the Xperia Z1 packs in some of the best technology you can buy.
A recently leaked roadmap for Three UK indicates that the UK carrier will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Note and the Sony Z1 "Honami" in September.
Sony released an official trailer for its upcoming Honami handset confirming the that the device will sport a G-branded camera lens and LED flash.
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