The Sony Xperia Z2 camera is praised for producing high-quality video and having software that allows expansion through app add-ons. The latest such enhancement is a new app that makes it possible for Xperia owners to broadcast live video from their phone to YouTube.
Smartphones pumping out of Sony's contracted factories have mostly been of the high-end variety with Qualcomm's top of the line Snapdragon processors or in the upper midrange with a weaker but still strong Snapdragon. It appears Sony may be moving toward lowering the costs of handsets by using MediaTek processors.
Sony today added a new device to its smartphone lineup. Though not quite on the level as the high-end Xperia Z series, the new Sony Xperia T3 attempts to attract attention with a very slim frame and steel exterior.
While the overall Sony business is facing hard times with another loss in its yearly financial report, Sony at least has good news as smartphone sales continues to rise, heading towards 50 million in sales this year.
Sony has continuously released its flagship device in the US several months after it was already available in Europe and Asia. That trend is set to continue into 2014 with the release of the Xperia Z2, but the one change is the carrier set to offer the Z2.
If there's one trend every Android users should be very happy to see taking hold, it's the growing popularity of manufacturers putting their apps in Google Play in order to make the update process faster and smoother. Sony is starting to embrace that trend.
Michael Jackson's posthumous album XSCAPE is slated to be released May 13. When the King of Pop's next project is released, Sony will distribute free digital copies to owners of its Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z1S handsets.
Three of Sony's premiere products are predictably the first to receive the Android 4.4 KitKat update, which is starting in some regions beginning today. Sony confirmed that it has started the process of updating the Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Z1, and Xperia Z1 Compact to the latest version of Android.
The latest Sony Android tablet has a lot in common with the latest Sony Android smartphone, so it makes sense that it's called the Xperia Z2 Tablet.
Sony today announced its 2014 flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z2, that at first glance resembles the previous premium phone until you look at the fine details of the new device.