Sony has announced they will be livestreaming their event press conference from #CES2015 live from the Sony booth, Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, right on their blog from 17:00 PST Monday, 5th January.
In mid-December, Sony released a teaser video (above) which included numerous references to the number five and lollipops.
That would seem to suggest that the company could reveal specific release dates for its Xperia Z smartphones and tablets to be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop at CES 2015.
Today’s announcement teaser simply says, “Welcome to the New World”, which is about as vague as you can get.
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