Sony unveiled its newest flagship, the Xperia Z3+, today. Known in Japan as the Z4 (the Japan version includes Digital TV and a Japan-specific FeliCA RFID smart card reader), the Z3+ boasts a slimmer, lighter design, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor and a new 5MP front-facing camera.
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact LTE: An 8-inch tablet better than the iPad Mini and Tab S? We think so
Sony's Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is the company's first foray into the 8-inch tablet category. It boasts a razer-thin design that is completely dust and waterproof, while still packing a punch with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, Full HD display and front-facing stereo speakers. It's also the only tablet you can play Destiny and Titanfall on (with a little help from your Playstation 4).
Following the unveiling of Sony's new range of Z3 products at IFA 2014, the entire portfolio was officially launched in Singapore today. More details including prices and release dates inside.
With three smartphone brands putting out their flagship 5-inch models at about the same time, we took this opportunity to test their cameras' imaging capability in a head-to-head comparison to find out which is the better shooter. Is it going to be HTC, Samsung or Sony? Read on to find out the victor!
We decided to take an extended look at two of the biggest camera-centric smartphones this season; Apple's iPhone 5S and the Sony Xperia Z1, from a photographer’s point of view. How do the two of them fare when pitted against each other? The results are a little surprising.
Ever since the news broke about the new Sony Xperia Z1, interest has been riding high about its camera's abilities, and rightfully so, the Z1 packs the third-largest sensor that can be found in a smartphone today. So how does it fare while out shooting in the real world?
Sony just announced the Xperia Z1, their latest flagship smartphone with a 20.7MP camera. The camera comes with a 'G Lens' and a large 1/2.3" sensor size which compares to those found in compact cameras. Discover how it compares against the Z and Ultra in our hands-on exclusive.
The Sony Xperia Tablet S is the first tablet from the Japanese company to bear the Xperia branding. How different is it from the Tablet S and Tablet P? What new features does it have to take on the Apple iPads? Read on to find out more.
There aren't many choices when it comes to affordable LTE devices, but here's one up for consideration: the dual-core, Android 4.0 Sony Xperia V shares the stage with the recently announced HTC One SV and Nokia Lumia 820 for the niche and growing category. Check it out after the jump.
The Android 4.0 Xperia Ion is Sony Mobile's first phone with a 'larger-than-life' 4.55-inch screen. How would the smartphone fare among the sea of other competitive models? Find out in our review if it's still able to impress or it's too late to the competition.