Sony fans rejoice, the Japanese company has started to make design changes and to include better features in their new Sony Xperia XA3
Recent Xperia XZ3 benchmark scores leak and they contradict what we though we knew about the phone one day from its announcement.
Recently uncovered UAProf files for three upcoming Sony phones have surfaced, including what is believed to be the Xperia XZ3.
Sony Mobile is now generating operating losses and is expected to continue digging its own hole. Meanwhile, look at how that PlayStation flies...
The concept product is now available from b8ta for pre-order and will be up for pre-order until Amazon starts selling it in three weeks.
CEO Kaz Hirai doesn't see Sony having a mobile division as much as it is a communications division. And he wants it around for the next thing that isn't smartphones.
The Japanese conglomerate was able to rack up more sales for its Xperia phones than a year ago and has cut business costs to extract operating profit.
Sony has finally found a way to stop its smartphones from bleeding money, but does it even matter anymore?
Not only are Sony smartphones unprofitable or barely profitable these days, also selling in negligible numbers worldwide quarter after quarter.
Sony's mobile communications branch isn't completely out of the woods yet, but for the first time in years, it's managed to post a small quarterly gain.
While Sony Mobile is yet to officially retire from American shores, the only way to stop losing money on smartphones is apparently to "defocus" there.
Sony Xperia handhelds still can't catch a break, with both sales and revenue in free fall, but the company on the whole is doing better than ever.
It's not all sunshine and roses for Sony's financial department, but strong entertainment and gaming sales offset weak mobile results in Q4 2015.
Sony's latest attempt at trying to regain mobile profitability could call for a seriously reduced Xperia product roster in 2016, with just two main models.
Sony SoC rumors from earlier this week suggested the company could make its own smartphone processors - but now the CEO says Sony has no plans to do so.
Sony is all of a sudden extremely committed to achieving success in the mobile landscape, purportedly exploring custom designs of flagship smartphone SoCs.
Learn more about Sony's current quarter results, which show us that the company's mobile division is on decline, even though Sony was bracing for that
Sony has a turnaround plan for its mobile division. And sure, it’s been playing the speed game with the phones, it’s pushed the envelope this season and while it has reduced consumers’ options for buying its products, Sony is still trying. Any word of its demise is greatly exaggerated. Of course, there has to have been enough of that word to go around in order for a representative to respond to them. Boy, that is an understatement.
The story begins with Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai addressing a scrum of reporters on the state of the company’s overall turnaround [...]
Learn more about some future Sony Xperia smartphones that are being teased for IFA 2015, even though not all the specs are positive.
Learn more about Sony's plans to bring Android 5.1 Lollipop to a significant list of devices, as it seems its aggressiveness doesn't end.
Learn more about the plans that Sony is setting in place in order to bring the company back to the profitability levels it had before.
Learn more about some new leaks that show us that Sony is working on bringing us a new iteration of its Xperia tablet line-up for IFA 2014.
Sony has just made its 2013 fiscal year-end results official, and even though this used to be one of the biggest tech companies in modern history, it’s not having the best of times lately. The company keeps losing money, and according to the company’s CEO, this will continue as the company continues to re-invent itself. That said, you’d think that smartphones played a big part in those losses, and that’s actually the other way around.
The company has just surprised us with a significant growth in smartphone sales, which are up to 39.1 million Xperia [...]