The Sony Xperia 1 is now available in the UK. Sony’s latest vision for mobile technology, packing a host of highlight features such as the world’s first 4K OLED display in a smartphone with 21:9 CinemaWide display (6.5”), and the world’s first Eye AF in a smartphone with a triple lens camera and up to 10 fps burst shooting with AF/AE tracking for precision focus and exposure.
Sony has unveiled a trio of large screen phones, seemingly taking the fight to the likes of Samsung's Galaxy S10+ and the iPhone Xs Max.The Xperia 1 is the Japanese company's new flagship, with a 6.4in 4K OLED display in a cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio, which offers support for HDR content.
Sony today announced new wireless earbuds, dubbed Xperia Ear Duo, an upgraded version of the company's Xperia Ear concept and offering new audio technology in tandem with Siri compatibility.
The Sony Xperia X is the first non-Google smartphone to receive an upgrade to Android 7.1.1 Nougat. However, not all Xperia X units will be getting the mobile operating system update.
Security Researchers at Check Point have discovered four Android vulnerabilities dubbed QuadRooter that affect 900 million devices, or basically any device using a Qualcomm chipset.
Sony announced the availability of its latest smartphone lineup today. The Xperia X Series is available starting June 23 at multiple carriers including Bell, Rogers, Virgin Mobile Canada, WIND Mobile, and Videotron.
Sony hasÃ‚Â announced a new addition to the revamped Xperia X series with the stylish selfie-cam masterpiece, Xperia XA Ultra.
Earlier this month, Google rolled out the second release of the Android N Developer Preview. At that time it was rumoured that Google would, allow other manufacturers to begin testing the software.
Sony Mobile today unveiled a new-look Xperia brand with the first "X" series smartphones and a vision for the future of communications, with connected devices capable of changing the way you interact with the world.
Sony is releasing "News Suite," a free new news app for Android devices. The app features a large-scale overhaul of the functionality of Sony's previous news app, "Socialife News" (released in 2012).