We recently caught a glimpse of the Sony Xperia UL thanks to a leaked image of the smartphone circulating the Web just a few days ago. It looks like we didn’t have to wait long to hear Sony’s official announcement for the handset as they unveiled the Xperia UL today.
The Xperia UL features a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, a 5-inch 1080p display, Adreno 320 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear-facing camera and looks to be a slightly thicker version of the Xperia Z. Just like the Xperia Z, the Xperia UL will be both water and dust resistant, but the device will also offer the ability of taking burst photos of up to 15 frames per second as well as coming with a dedicated camera button and a wide range of connectivity, such as NFC, DLNA and an IR-port.
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Seen at: sonymobile.co.jp
Google Field Trip recently made the transition of being an Android-exclusive application thanks to its iOS application, and it looks like it came at a great time as Google has announced it will allow its Field Trip users to gain free access to 13 museums for an undisclosed limited time.
Field Trip users can receive Free Entry cards inside of the app’s “nearby” tab when they’re found to be close to one of the 13 museums. Once they’re offered a Free Entry card, all you’ll have to do is show the card to anyone who would normally stop you from entering a museum for free, which hopefully results in you gaining complete access instead of having your smartphone chucked into a nearby bush.
Unfortunately for Field Trip users around the world, the 13 museums the application will gain you free access into are all located in six major U.S. cities. The list of museums participating in Field Trip’s Free Entry cards promotion are as follows:
Seen at: plus.google