Those who own a Sony Xperia X or Xperia X Compact can rejoice but it appears that the company has now started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for these handsets. Sony has been quick to update some of its devices to the latest iteration of Android. It first released the update for the Xperia X Performance back in November last year. It has now rolled out the firmware […]
There aren’t a lot of non-Google smartphones that have received Android 7.1.1 Nougat yet and that honor has now been claimed by Sony. The company confirmed late last year its Xperia X smartphone would be the latest to get support for Sony’s Concept build of Android. Sony Xperia X is now the first smartphone besides the Nexus and Google Pixel devices to get the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update.
Earlier in the day, we did bring you word on how the Sony Xperia X Performance is set to debut in the US later this 17th of July, with a rather high asking price of $700 a pop. Well, if you are unable to wait that long, perhaps you are willing to settle for something lesser? We are looking at pre-orders opening up for the Sony Xperia X over in […]
Sony US knows just how much their new handsets are worth checking out, especially with the kind of power-packed hardware that accompanies each device. Well, having said that, while the release dates of their upcoming devices have yet to be announced to the masses, this does not mean that they cannot tease us further with a new video which depicts the Xperia X series, right?
There have been many reports recently suggesting that Sony is shaking up its mobile lineup, it has been said that the company has axed its Xperia Z lineup and now the latest out of Asia suggests that the company has also cancelled the Xperia C and Xperia M series smartphones. Apparently Sony has decided that the upcoming Xperia X series is going to be its main lineup until 2018.
So, Sony did make mention that their Xperia X would be the company’s new flagship device, which would be a slight change in its naming convention as it makes a break from tradition. Having said that, if you are a Sony loyalist and would not settle for any other kinds of smartphones apart from what the Japanese firm offers, you’ll be pleased as punch to hear that the Sony Xperia […]
Thinking of picking up either the Sony Xperia X or X Performance? If you are, here’s something you might want to take into consideration: both phones do not support the latest Quick Charge 3.0 feature from Qualcomm. This is despite the fact that both phones are powered by the Snapdragon 820 and 650, both of which are listed as being compatible with Quick Charge 3.0.
Sony, having confirmed that the Xperia X is the company’s new flagship device, will not simply remain where they are, but will continue to improve and move forward regardless of the economic climate. Having said that, their Xperia X as well as Xperia X Performance Dual will arrive with 64GB of internal memory, which should be plenty to get the beginner started, and hopefully the amount of actual available space […]
Yesterday Sony announced a bunch of new phones in the form of the Xperia X series. There was no mention of the Sony Xperia Z6 which we assumed was because Sony was planning an announcement for a later date, although could it be that the Xperia Z series has been replaced with the Xperia X?
Earlier Sony had announced a trio of new phones that is part of the newly launched Xperia X family. Now Sony had stated that they will only be available around summer, but it seems that if you are so inclined, Amazon Germany has put up two of the phones for pre-order – the Xperia X and the Xperia XA.
[MWC 2016] Sony has just unveiled their latest flagship device in the Xperia smartphone range, where it is known as the Sony Xperia X, Xperia X Performance, and Xperia XA, and I guess that would mean ditching the Xperia Z series, for the moment, at least. This re-imagined Xperia brand is touted to bring about increasingly personalized and intelligent products to enrich our everyday lives. This is an embodiment of […]