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Android updates can sometimes take their time in reaching phones. But why does that happen? Sony explains it using an infographic.
Sony, Huawei and HTC made their Android 9 update plans official, complete with list of devices that will get some Pie love soon.
That's the Apple Watch Series 3 and the latest phones from Samsung, Sony and Motorola — all on sale for the next several days.
What better way to celebrate Memorial Day than purchasing a deeply discounted unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium or Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom from Best Buy?
It's a 4K HDR smartphone that occasionally dips below $500 in price. All things considered, it's still a good get if a great mobile display is your priority.
Hot on the heels of a killer Xperia XZ Premium deal, the lower-end Sony Xperia XZs is discounted to a new all-time low price of $320 at B&H Photo Video.
Even though it lacks 4K screen resolution or 6GB RAM, the presumed Sony Xperia XZ2 benchmarked today as H8266 looks quite special on paper.
Priced back in the day at a whopping $800, the Sony Xperia XZ Premium is currently sold by most US retailers for $600. But B&H has it discounted at $480.
Sony has something to show off at the 2018 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 26, and we're pretty sure it's at least one new high-end smartphone.
There's a Snapdragon 845 processor inside a pre-release prototype of the Sony H8266 smartphone expected to follow the Xperia XZs and Xperia XZ1.
Sony seems to have a bunch of high-end smartphones lined up for 2018 releases, all of which could sport "conventional" 16:9 screens.
Sony's redesigned Xperia XZ Premium follow-up is expected to significantly slim down the bezels, but retain a rapidly aging Snapdragon 835 SoC.
'Tis the season to buy eye-catching red smartphones, like this vibrant "Rosso" Sony Xperia XZ Premium, priced at $599 on Amazon.com.
Availability will obviously vary by market and operator, but at least some Sony Xperia XZ Premium owners can expect Oreo updates to arrive OTA today.
That's the word out of Japan and NTT docomo and it looks like the kick-starter to all the Android Oreo updates for currently supported Xperias.
The Android Oreo-powered Sony Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact are perhaps not absolute bargains yet, but they're slowly getting there.
Initially sold for $800, and discounted to $700 a couple of months ago, the HDR-capable Sony Xperia XZ Premium goes down to a more reasonable $585 at last.
After so many years of "omnibalance", a top Sony exec says the time has almost come for a big change, likely focused on small bezels.
It's a little early to be certain of, well, anything about the Samsung Galaxy S9, but super slow motion video recording sounds like a plausible upgrade.
Android 8.0 Oreo will soon roll out to a bunch of Sony Xperia devices, including the X, X Performance, X Compact, XZ, XA1 and XA1 Ultra.
Both the Sony Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact pack Snapdragon 835 processors and 4GB RAM, also offering sweet camera capabilities.
As previously rumored, the upcoming Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact looks an awful lot like the "full-sized" XZ1, minus the latter's premium metal build.
It looks like those leaked hands-on photographs and CAD-based renders were spot on in capturing the familiar, unremarkable Sony Xperia XZ1.