Well, that was fast. Sony Xperia 1 III was just available last August and now, there is the next-generation, Xperia I, the Sony Xperia 1 IV. Aesthetically, it looks nearly identical to its predecessor which is clean and minimal, you know, nothing fancy.
Folks, this is the new Sony Xperia 10 IV. This time, Sony has shortened the gap between the announcement and the actual availability – even shorter than last year’s Xperia 10 III. The official announcement was May 11 and it will go on sale as soon as mid-June 2022.
The Sony Xperia PRO introduced last year just came onto the market earlier this year, but already, Sony has revealed a new version of the Xperia PRO, called Sony Xperia PRO-I.
Surprised. Sony Xperia 1 III did not take too long to be available. The device was announced back in April with Xperia 5 II. In the article we lamented that Sony always took too long to release its announced devices. Well, not this time.
Sony Mobile has just added a super affordable device to its small, but strong portfolio of smartphones. The Sony Xperia Ace II, as it was called, was revealed in Japan last week.
In addition to the Sony Xperia 1 III and Sony Xperia 5 III smartphones revealed recently, Sony has also revealed a follow up to the Xperia 10 II, the Xperia 10 III, for the European markets.
It felt like Sony Xperia 1 II and Xperia 5 II have just gotten into the hands of users and we are already hearing about the new Xperia 1 and Xperia 5. Did time really fly, or is it that Sony is slow in pushing them out after they were announced? I wonder…
The Sony Xperia PRO previewed at last year’s MWC has finally arrived. Sony is branding the Sony Xperia PRO as “a new professional 5G device.” I am not sure how pro is the device, but the price tag certainly is pro-level. But more on that a bit (you have to be seated for this!).
Sony’s new flagship smartphone, the Sony Xperia 1 II, announced earlier this year is finally going to be available in stateside. Sony has revealed that pre-sale will start on June 1st, with shipping scheduled to happen starting July 24.
I am sure you remember Light, the maker of the mind-boggling 16 lens camera called L16 – the camera that has the potential of triggering a panic attack with trypophobia? Just last year, the young camera maker who have some prominent investors, including the likes of Leica and Softbank, announced that it is venturing into …