A new year, a new brand, a fresh start. That sums up the Sony Xperia S, the first Android smartphone under Sony’s NXT series. Headline features include a 4.3-inch HD display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and a 12MP camera. After spending some quality time with it, here's what we think of it.
Sony Mobile Communications kickstarted MWC 2012 with a new name and a new NXT series, Xperia P and Xperia U. Here's a round up of the news and interesting developments at the annual mobile device trade show.
If you don't already know, the kitschy Sony Xperia U is the other Sony smartphone unveiled at MWC 2012. The team goes behind the scene to check out what it has to offer compared to its NXT siblings.
One of the two Android phones under the new Xperia NXT series, the Xperia P, makes its appearance today at the Sony Press Conference. What does it have to offer? Take a quick look.
We first had our hand-on experience on the Sony Xperia S during CES earlier this year. Now, we take a closer look at the device's connectivity options, namely its DLNA and NFC connectivity features.
Introducing something different from the standard dynamic drivers that most in-ears sport, Sony has released their XBA range of headphones which feature balanced armature technology. The question now is, are they any good? We give you a detailed first-hand account.
Don't mistaken the SLT-A65 as a dumbed down version of the A77, for it still sports a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, an OLED viewfinder, full HD progressive movie recording, and a burst speed of up to 10fps. Here's our verdict on this S$1,400 camera.
Sony's first smartphone is finally unveiled as the Sony Xperia S, alongside a LTE-capable Sony Xperia Ion exclusive for AT&T announced at CES 2012. Here's our early impressions of the Sony Xperia S.
At first impression, the W570 is a very small and light compact camera which sports a metallic front fascia and a plastic back with a chrome lining. With so many compacts in the market these days, how will this one stand out? We dig in.
Is it overkill to have a 24.3-megapixel sensor in a mirrorless camera? What about an XGA OLED viewfinder? And let's not forget about the support for native progressive-scan full HD video. Yes, we're talking about the NEX-7, arguably the camera of 2011. Here's our full review.