Add another good looking Sony device to the list of phones that Verizon will never see according to a new listing on Sony’s web store. The Xperia ZL has been confirmed by Sony to be hitting our shores sometime in the near future, the only problem is that it will be SIM-unlocked. This means that AT&T and T-Mobile customers can pick up this 5″ full-HD device and swap out their SIM cards if they wish. (more…)
Details concerning the Xperia Tablet Z have finally surfaced from Sony. We have officially known about this tablet for a month, so it’s good of Sony to give us some news, but it looks like it’s just going to be more of a waiting game now. According to Sony, the tablets will launch sometime in Q2 of this year, but the price is also going to push some away. Here in the States, the Tablet Z will be available in both white and black, 16GB and 32GB storage options, priced at $500 and $600 dollars for WiFi only. There will also be an LTE version, but so far, that has only been confirmed for Europe. (more…)
Making a quick stop off at the FCC is Sony’s new entry-level Xperia E, and immediately we have visions of the OG DROID resurrecting and doing the “Thriller” dance. Crazy enough, the Xperia E almost has the same specs as the original DROID with 512MB of RAM, a smaller 3.5″ display (OG had a 3.7″), 4GB of storage, and a single core Qualcomm processor. (more…)
Earlier in the week, Sony announced their brand new take on a tablet, the Xperia Tablet Z. With similar design language to the Xperia Z smartphone, they look a lot alike only this is obviously, much bigger. Shortly after its unveiling, media in Japan was able to get its hands on the tablet and do a couple of walk-throughs and give it the hands-on treatment. I think it’s safe to say that Sony has another beautifully designed product on its hands to match-up with their announcements from CES. (more…)
This morning, Sony made the Xperia Tablet Z official in Japan. The tablet, whose design mimics that of the Xperia smartphone lineup, packs a serious punch in about every category. For starters, the Tablet Z measures in at just 6.9mm thick, supports a gorgeous 10.1″ 1,920 x 1,200 display, and is powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm quad-core processor. (more…)
These days you can’t escape the big phone. After the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 have sold millions and millions of units, why wouldn’t every other OEM get in on the game? If the above picture is to be believed, a component for an upcoming Sony phone gives away the massive screen size of a new device. 6.44″ of 1080p goodness will be included in this phone, is that big enough for you?
But this has to be taken with a little bit of salt, as usual. We may never see whatever device this gets attached to, if it is even what we think it is. It does however show the trend of manufacturers moving towards larger phones.
Is 6.44″ too big for you to hold with your dignity intact?
Yes, this will only be relevant to the handful of people with Sony PlayStation certified devices, but hey, we figured we should spread the love. Starting today and for the following six weeks, PlayStation Mobile is handing out a free game every seven days for anyone rocking a certified device.
This week’s game is Samurai Beatdown, so I will continue to feel justified in not owning one of these devices. On the other hand, I really wouldn’t mind getting my hands on the Xperia ZL. I want it now.
If you want your free game, go here.
Via: Sony Mobile