Sony and T-Mobile have announced that the Sony Xperia Z will be available to U.S. consumers beginning Wednesday, July 17. The two companies have also announced a deal at Sony Stores and an offer for customers who place a pre-order
The Sony Xperia Z was unveiled in January as a quad-core, waterproof, Android smartphone. Eight months later, the phone many Americans forgot will soon debut on T-Mobile. Is the Sony Xperia Z still worth remembering? Here's an Xperia Z review that answers that question.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra has been confirmed as the next Android device to blur the lines between smartphone and tablet. With a 6.4-inch 1080p HD display, it's one of the biggest Android phones yet.
The Sony Xperia Z debuted months ago in Europe and Asia, and the waterproof Android smartphone will finally arrive at a U.S. carrier in the coming weeks. T-Mobile today confirmed that it will support the Xperia Z, and the phone will be compatible with its upcoming 4G LTE network.
Sony Mobile appears to be diving headfirst into the growing segment of Android phablets, phones with displays so large that they could be considered a tablet, with the upcoming Sony Xperia Z Ultra. A launch event invitation and a fresh round of leaks suggest the phone is arriving soon.
With its new Nexus User Experience initiative, Google has found a way to encourage more Android smartphone makers to release versions of their flagship phones running the stock Android software. Rumors now suggest that the Sony Xperia Z may be the next phone in that trend.
Sony today announced another variant of its Xperia Z lineup of smartphones. The latest Android smartphone has features similar to its predecessors, but it increases the durability factor and reaches a new threshold for water resistance.
Sony Corporation today released its annual earnings report for the fiscal year that ended March 31, 2013. The Japanese company reported an increase in sales, and its Sony Mobile subsidiary saw some important gains despite disappointing results.
Sony Mobile has issued a statement on its official Twitter news account to confirm that it is still working to deliver an update to its Xperia devices. Sony said that the it is nearing completion of its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for some of its 2012 smartphones. The Xperia P, Xperia Go, Xperia S, Xperia SL, Xperia arc S, and Xperia ion are all "in the final stage" of being updated, but official dates for the phones to begin updates have yet to be announced. Sony promises to offer more news next week.
The Sony Xperia Z arrives at a time when Sony is bullish on its chances to become a much larger player in the smartphone industry. Might the Sony Xperia Z be the device that finally takes Sony's smartphone efforts to the next level?