After receiving rave reviews for last year’s model, the Xperia Tablet Z, Sony has refreshed its flagship with a sleek waterproof design that's just a hair thinner than the last. It's even just slightly thinner and lighter than the iPad Air.
By Jonathan Wolfe:Sony Corporation (SNE) has crept up slowly in the smartphone market, from being well outside the top 5, and now sitting 4th for market share, sending out 9.8 million units in the 4th quarter 2012, behind competitors Samsung (SSNLF.PK), Apple (AAPL), and Huawei.
Sony Corporation (NYSE:SNE) officially announced the launch of its slim Xperia M4 Aqua as its new cellular product at the World Mobile Congress 2015. The new device is expected to boost the company's mobile sales and revenues amid falling market share and increasing losses, and is planned to be released at the start of the company's new fiscal year, which will commence April 1.
Sony just took the wraps off its new flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z3, which looks like it will feature a gorgeous aluminum design. The Xperia Z3 will be available through T-Mobile this fall, although Sony hasn't disclosed pricing just yet. Like Sony's other Xperia flagships, the Z3 is dustproof and waterproof.
Will we see the Sony Xperia Z4 smartphone at MWC? As Sony winds down the loss-making division to focus on more profitable areas, the movement to a 12-moith product cycle may see a new tablet announced next week.
We may still see the Z4 at MWC as a final hurrah, but there is no solid indication either way. What is clear is that the Japanese company has another tablet ready to go in the form of the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet.
Sony just announced that it will be releasing a new smartphone exclusively for Verizon on Oct. 23. The phone, called the Xperia Z3V, will cost $199 on a two-year contract. It'll be available in both black and white color options, and comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p screen. That's about the same size as the new Moto X.
By Paul SandleBARCELONA (Reuters) - Nokia, soon to be acquired by Microsoft Corp, is turning to software created by arch-rival Google for a new line of phones it hopes will make it a late contender in the dynamic low-cost smartphone market.