Announced few weeks ago at this year’s IFA in Berlin, the Sony Xperia XZ1 is finally available in the States. Being the very first smartphone to run Android Oreo out of box, the Xperia XZ1 comes with a package of great specs, with the biggest focus on photography but it come with a price.
Sony isn’t neglecting the budget to mid-range smartphone segment, as you might thought. After months of silence, the Japanese mobile manufacturer is back with the launch of the Xperia R1 and R1 Plus. According to the company’s press release, the new smartphones are designed to target specifically the market of India but there is a solid chance that will be offered in the US via third-party sellers, which would be great, as both devices offer solid mid-range specs and attractive look.
Quite recently Sony took the wraps off of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium. However, surprisingly enough, the power-beast isn’t the only new offering the manufacturer prepared for us. Announced yesterday, the Xperia L1 is the second handset released this month by Sony. The phablet provides its users with a massive eye-catching screen, slim design and tempting pricing.
Sony Xperia XZ Premium powered by the best processor ever made has gotten official at MWC in Barcelona
Since we’re in the middle of the Mobile World Congress, each day means premieres of new fantastic devices. Today the show was stolen by Sony. The company introduced a brand new smartphone with an ultra-sharp display and the Qualcomm’s fastest processor. Called Sony Xperia ZX Premium, the phablet is the top-end flagship for 2017, which except for a beautiful slim metal body offers its users several really inspiring features
We all love buying new phones for less. Recently Amazon decided to reward patience of those waiting for a really sweet deal on the Sony Xperia X. If you belong to this group, you will surely be glad to hear that in the US the phone has finally received a noticeable discount. Launched four months ago the Xperia X was originally sold for $550. Right now it can be yours $150 cheaper.
Although technically there’s still one more day until Internationale Funkausstellung, better known as IFA, starts in Berlin, some manufacturers are not waiting until tomorrow. And why wait if you have great devices to show? In the next few days dozens of smartphones, tablets, laptops and other electronics will be presented to curious audience, so starting early seems like the best way to get users’ undivided attention. One of the very first to introduce its latest products is Sony – the Japanese company just announced two new smartphones, the Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact.
Patience of those waiting for a really lucrative deal on the Sony Xperia C5 Ultra will be finally awarded. Released last November to the US market the phablet is now within your reach at $189.99, instead of the original $330. Sold by Amazon and B&H the Xperia C5 Ultra arrives in an unlocked form and includes US warranty. For such a little money we will get a pretty capable device with 6-inch display, two 13MP cameras and speedy 4G LTE connectivity.
Few weeks ago Sony announced a new X series of their devices to hit the US shore. Today the Xperia X line became available for pre-order nationwide having major US retailers for its distributors. Replacing the popular Xperia Z series, the Xperia X, Xperia X Performance, Xperia XA and Xperia XA Ultra differ in terms of specs and pricing which ranges from $279 to $699.
We are already almost four and a half months into 2016 and Sony hasn’t launch any new Xperia phones so far. The Japanese company did announce a trio of smartphones back in February at MWC, but none of them is available for purchase yet. Now it appears that the Xperia X, Xperia Performance and Xperia XA might not be the only devices that Sony is currently getting ready to release. If the latest leaks are to be believed, the manufacturer prepares another Xperia phone, this one with a 6-inch screen.
Sony officially announced Xperia X series including mid-range XA, the X, and flagship Xperia X Performance
If you were hoping to see what the Sony Xperia Z6 has to offer, then you have to wait a bit longer. Sony’s most anticipated smartphone didn’t make an appearance at MWC, not today anyway, but it doesn’t mean that the company doesn’t have other interesting devices to present. Earlier today, the Japanese manufacturer officially announced a new Xperia X series which includes lower-mid-range Xperia XA, regular Xperia X, and flagship Xperia X Performance handsets.
After months of nervous awaiting the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact were at last released to the States on February 8. Although the Sony’s latest flagships are available on the local market for only a week they already got a noticeable price cut. Right now Amazon sells both phones with a significant discount increasing the price of the Xperia Z5 by $60 and of the Xperia Z5 Compact by $50.
After months of fervent awaiting Sony’s latest flagships have at last officially hit the US shore. Right now the fingerprint reader-free alternatives of Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact are available from Amazon, Best Buy, B&H and many more retailers nationwide. Packed with top-notch specs both handsets prove that Sony knows how to make great smartphones.
Later this month, Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is the place where most major phone manufacturers plan to announce their new flagship devices for 2016. As one of the manufacturers attending, Sony will host a press conference at MWC to announce their new devices possibly including the Xperia C6. The existence of the C6 has not been officially confirmed by Sony, however, earlier in January a few photos surfaced allegedly presenting the existence of the purported device with a bezel-free full HD display.
Sony announced the Xperia Z5 and its smaller companion, Z5 Compact, in September last year and soon after that both phones arrived to European markets. Back then it was unclear when and if the Japanese manufacturer will ever bring the phones to the US. The uncertainty is over now and we know all the answers. The company announced that the unlocked Sony Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact will be coming to the US in February priced at $599 and $499, respectively.
Although the last few years weren’t successful for Sony smartphone division, especially in the States where Xperia line hasn’t won much audience, the company haven’t said the last word in the phone niche yet. According to the previous week’s rumors Sony was allegedly preparing to launch five different variants of its 2016 flagship. The numbers however turned out to be fairly exaggerated since the today’s leak claims that there will be only two models of the Xperia Z6 that will debut no sooner that in the mid of 2016.
Today is the day we all have been waiting for – the beginning of IFA in Berlin. The first day of press conferences brought a lot of interesting announcements. Among the most important ones are the news from Sony. As expected, after a slew of leaks and rumors, the company unveiled the Xperia Z5 family which follows Sony’s most disappointing smartphone ever – the Xperia Z4. The Z5 family includes three devices – Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium. Here’s all you need to know about the new phones.
Yesterday Sony announced its latest selfies super-phone but apparently the company is not done yet. There two more devices that we are anxiously waiting for – the Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact. Guess what? The phones just leaked out in live photos revealing some interesting details. Moreover, Sony confirmed IFA 2015 event for September 2nd, so we may see both handsets in all their glory next month.
Sony announces Xperia C5 Ultra, a 6-inch super-selfie phone featuring 13MP cameras on the front and back
Snapping photos with a phone is not a new idea, but it wasn’t until smartphones came to life that mobile photography really started to flourish. But what else can you do when a smartphone camera is advanced enough that it can easily replace an average digital camera? The answer is simple – focus on something that no digital camera can offer that is taking perfect self-portraits. Sony has just took self-photography to a new level with the Xperia C5 Ultra super-selfie phone featuring 13-megapixel cameras on the front and back.
Sony Xperia M5 ‘Super Mid-range’ phone gets official with FHD display, octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, 21.5MP main camera
After numerous leaks, Sony finally officially announces the Sony Xperia M5. Following the Xperia M4 Aqua steps, dubbed to be a super mid-range smartphone the handset comes packed with quite impressive specs, including 21.5MP Hybrid Autofocus camera, sharp FHD display and an octa-core processor coupled with 3GB RAM. If you’re on the market for a powerful waterproof phone, the new additioin to the Xperia line may be the one you are looking for.
Previously known as the Sony Lavender, the Xperia C5 Ultra surfaced the net one more time. The leaked manual of the upcoming Xperia went viral unveiling an almost bezel-less screen and a super selfie-oriented camera. Expected to be the Sony’s next and simultaneously the very first bezel-free high-end smartphone launched by the company, the device is said to have its official premiere this August.