The Xperia Z3 might be the device making headlines since its debut at IFA, but that doesn’t mean Sony has forgotten about the devices that came before its latest flagship. Today, the company has announced that the Android 4.4.4 update has begun rolling out to the Xperia Z, Xperia ZR, Xperia ZL, and the Xperia
Sony Xperia Tablet Z
Ranking the best large Android tablets might seem odd with mere hours left until IFA 2013’s official kick-off. After all, even though 10-inchers are no longer the hottest things in town, they’re still deemed fairly important for the tablet businesses of OEMs such as Sony, Samsung, Asus, Acer and so on and so forth. In
The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) is a group of 50 special interest magazines coming from 20 different European countries. Each year since 1982 this body gives out awards to devices that show excellence in their category. This year’s awards shows 5 Android devices being recognized for their achievements. Samsung Galaxy S4: European Green
The 2013 Red Dot Award winner, Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z is now available throughout the globe. The tablet was already available for preorder in the country but now, global users too can go ahead and purchase the device from their local or online stores. The tablet was up for preorder in US from April itself
The year 2013 is the year for enthusiasts and specs-conscious mobile owners. There will be a lot of devices to feature quad-core chips and most of them are flagships. We have aggregated all quad-core devices announced since January this year and there are already 21 devices that would surely be released in the first half.
Sony’s Xperia Z Tablet is a great Android based tablet. We’ve seen benchmarks and tons of pics, and the only missing pieces of the puzzle were the pricing and availability information, and now we have that information too. It should be noted that Sony is branding this tablet as a premium product, so don’t expect
We rarely associate Sony with tablets and this is despite the company launching the Tablet S and Tablet P in 2011. But last year at the IFA 2012 event, Sony launched the Xperia Tablet S which was apparently the successor to the Tablet S from 2011. This tablet was clearly an upgrade over the Tablet