It has been a while since we last saw an Xperia. The latest Sony is the Xperia 1 II that was launched in February last year. During the launch, Sony had promised an Xperia Pro but didn’t offer a timeline. Today the company has finally launched Xperia Pro as an US exclusive.
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The average smartphone size might have increased with each passing year. However, the demand for small-screened smartphone still exists. Sony Xperia Compact series promised a class-leading specification within a smaller package. Last year even iPhone resurrected the SE lineup. Good news is that Sony is working on bringing back Xperia compact.
Back in February of this year, Sony officially announced its early-2019 flagship smartphone: the Xperia 1. It’s a tall handset with a big display, and now the smartphone is finally coming to market.
If you are a movie buff who likes to watch films on their phone, well, most devices don’t really suit the perfect viewing experience. But the Xperia XA3 from Sony might.
Sony is working on a new XZ-branded smartphone, based on the latest leak to surface.
Sony smartphones might not be doing particularly well but that is not stopping the company from unveiling a new flagship smartphone every six months. After the Xperia XZ2 from earlier this year, Sony has now unveiled the XZ3 at IFA 2018 in Berlin.
After Google launched Android 9.0 Pie to its lineup of devices, Android manufacturers are starting to unveil which of their own handsets will be getting the new software as well.
It has been several months since Sony officially introduced a new smartphone in the XA2 lineup, but now the company is back at it.
Sony today unveiled its first smartphone with a dual-camera setup at the rear: the Xperia XZ2 Premium. A ‘premium’ variant of the Xperia XZ2, the handset comes with a bigger 5.8-inch 4K HDR display.
Sony was the last major Android OEM which continued to include a headphone jack on its flagship devices. That was until the company unveiled the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact at MWC 2018.