Sony has given their flagship smartphones a sleek new look for 2018. The 5.7-inch Xperia XZ2 and 5.0-inch XZ2 Compact are the world's first phones to claim 4K HDR movie recording capabilities.
Sony recently unveiled the newest members of their midrange Xperia XA smartphone line - the XA2 and XA2 Ultra. Both are available for pre-order in Canada and will officially launch next month. Sony is also launching the Xperia L2, but probably not on Canadian markets.
This Sunday, January 7th, leading brands in technology will gather in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Companies like LG, Samsung, Sony, Huawei, Qualcomm and many more will be showing off the new and innovative things they've got up their sleeves.
If 2018 is going to be anything like previous years in the world of mobile technology, we can probably expect to see some great new flagship smartphones from companies like Huawei, Samsung, OnePlus, Apple, Google and LG. It should be a good year!
On October 26th you'll be able to get the latest Sony Xperia device at Bell or Freedom Mobility. Capture unbelievable moments with Xperia XZ1's Motion Eye™ camera and the latest Sony memory-stacked sensor.
Posted on March 6, 2017 in BlackBerry, Google/Android, Industry News, Industry Trends, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony, US Industry News
Although the general consensus is that the smartphone market has become overly saturated, there were still some memorable moments!
Sony’s stunning new Flagship device: Xperia™ XZ Premium with the world’s first Super slow motion video in a smartphone - Unveiled at Mobile World Congress and available this spring.
Sony unveiled their two new smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This affordable mid-range device will be available in the spring.
Sony has officially launched their Xperia X smartphone series on the WIND network. Click through for details, specs, and pricing.
Sony has officially launched the Xperia XA smartphone from their new Xperia series. Click through for specs, pricing and who's offering the device.
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