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Sony XPERIA S said to get firmware update this month
The Sony XPERIA S is said to be getting a firmware update sometime this month.
The news comes to us courtesy of the XPERIA blog. According to the site, ?Earlier this month, we reported on a new firmware update planned for the Sony Xperia S (LT26i) and Xperia SL (LT26ii). Sony officially confirmed the update ... Read moreAndroid Jellybean Update Now Available For The Sony Xperia S
The Sony Xperia Z has been hitting the headlines in recent months, after quickly becoming one of the Japanese manufacturers most successful Android smartphones to date, following its launch in January. The device has clocked up millions of sales, and achieved widespread acclaim from critics and positive feedback from users.
Before the Sony Xperia ... Read moreAndroid 4.1 Jellybean Update For The Sony Xperia S In Final Testing Stages
Towards the end of last year, Sony published an update schedule for a number it’s Xperia smartphone models, outlining the timeframe when they would be subject to an update to their Android operating systems. A number of devices have since received the latest updates, but a number are still awaiting the rollout of the Android ... Read moreSony Xperia S Android Update Rescheduled – Again
Although it’s been on the market for well over a year, the Sony Xperia S remains a very popular smartphone. Of course, it has since been replaced with newer flagship models, like last year’s Xperia T, and of course the recently released Xperia Z. However, the launch of these handsets has meant that many Sony ... Read moreSony Xperia S To Get Android Jellybean Update
Sony recently launched its new flagship Android phone, the Xperia Z which continues to hit headlines in the mobile phone business. This device has already clocked up impressive sales figures in its short time on the market and looks set to be one of the most popular phones of the year.
Of course, Sony ... Read moreSony Xperia S To Get Android 4.1 Jellybean Update In March
Sony recently launched its latest flagship phone, the Xperia Z. The phone was unveiled at CES 2013 in Las Vegas in January, following months of eager anticipation. In the last couple of years though, Sony has also launched number of other impressive models in its Xperia range, in the mid range and entry level categories ... Read moreSony Announces The Xperia E – An Entry Level Android Jellybean Device
Although the Sony Xperia range has largely failed to make an impact on the market which continues to be dominated by devices like the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3, the Japanese manufacturer which last year parted ways with Ericsson has produced some of the most impressive smartphone models on the market.
For example, ... Read moreSony’s Market Share Increases On Account Of Poor Q3 For Nokia And RIM
The smartphone market continues to be dominated by Samsung and Apple, with their bestselling iPhone and Galaxy S lines continuing to outsell anything that gets released alongside them. The two companies remain bitter rivals as they continue their battle for dominance of the lucrative global smartphone business.
Samsung currently holds the crown though. Its ... Read more