The first Android smartphone from Sony looks good and offers decent performance as well.
Global consumer electronics giant Sony of Japan has recently bought out of the Sony-Ericsson joint venture, making Sony Mobile Communications, and on 10 April the new company announced its first Android smartphone for the Indian market.
Carrying a price tag of Rs 32,500 the Sony Xperia S comes loaded with goodies such as a mobile Bravia engine, a high resolution display, 32 GB of onboard memory, and it is also the official PlayStation certified smartphone after Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.
It has the same frosted glass back and black front panel as the other variants of the phone.
Apart from Xperia Z6 Lite, five other versions of Z6 are rumoured to be launched next year.
However, reports claimed that Sony may not launch the Xperia Z5 Compact which too was unveiled along with the other two Z5 series phones earlier in September.
Till date Sony in its advertisements has been showing models in swimwear taking pictures underwater using Xperia smartphones. Was it a work of imagination?
We have to wait and watch to see the impact on the sales of Sony Xperia smartphones after these updated guidelines.
The Sony Xperia M5 promises to be a great camera smartphone with 13 megapixel auto focus front camera and 21.5 megapixel rear camera.
As per the latest tweet from Evan Blass, Sony is set to launch three phones, namely the Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium.
Both the Sony Xperia M5 and C5 Ultra offer 2 TB expandable storage slot, Android Lollipop operating system and octa core processors.
The new Sony Xperia Z3+ has few enhancements over its predecessor, the Xperia Z3.
The water and dust proof smartphone has the latest Android operating system and an octa core processor.