Here's a look at Sony's smartphone lineup for 2018. Sony has an...interesting...position in the Android smartphone space. Sony produced some darn good phones in 2017, such as the Xperia XZ Premium and XZ1, but compared to handsets like...Show More Summary
A good phone for the right person. Back in April, Sony launched the Xperia XZs. The XZs first hit virtual store shelves with a steep price tag of $700, and when you combined that with the XZ Premium that made it obsolete just a couple months later, the XZs became a pretty tough sell. Show More Summary
Best overall Best small phone Best mid-sized phone Best overall Sony Xperia XZ Premium See at Amazon Sony's top-end handset is the Xperia XZ Premium, a 5.5-incher with a whopping 4K display resolution, HDR viewing support, a powerful Snapdragon 835 processor an 4GB of RAM. Show More Summary
The stunning Rosso—otherwise known as red—color variant of Sony's flagship Xperia XZ Premium, which launched in Japan back in October, is now available in the United States.
Sony is bringing its "Rosso" red Sony Xperia XZ Premium model to the US via Amazon and you can currently grab it for a bargain price.
To celebrate Android Oreo coming to the Xperia XZ Premium, Sony has shared an infographic which shows off the process the company takes whenever a new version of Android is released.
Sony has begun updating its Xperia XZ Premium smartphone with Android 8 Oreo. Android 8 includes a handful of new features for smartphones, including notification dots, better app management, and picture-in-picture. Sony is taking things a step further. Show More Summary
Sony has already begun rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to the Xperia XZ Premium. The company last week promised that its flagship device would be upgraded by the end of this year.
The update includes all of the regular Oreo goodies, plus a few new additions from Sony. Sony doesn't have the biggest presence in the mobile landscape these days, but despite this, the company has recently been killing things in regards to timely software updates. Show More Summary
Wow, so, Sony said this morning that it has started the Android Oreo update rollout for the Xperia XZ Premium. That’s huge news for those in the Sony ecosystem. That basically makes them the first to grab Oreo in an official capacity...Show More Summary
Sony becomes the first major Android manufacturer to roll out Android Oreo in its final form to one of its devices.
Sony has promised that it will bring Android 8.0 Oreo to the Xperia XZ Premium this December. There is no specific release date just yet.
In the market for a new Sony device? Three of them are currently on sale on Amazon, with prices starting at $540.
Finally, something to get excited about with Sony's smartphone cameras. After using and reviewing the Sony Xperia XZ Premium earlier this year, and being squarely disappointed by the camera considering its flagship positioning and price, I was expecting much more of the same out of the (relatively) lower-end Xperia XZ1. Show More Summary
Netflix is adding high dynamic range (HDR) support to more mobile devices. A handful of Android handsets are already benefitting from the picture upgrade, including the LG G6, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, and Samsung Galaxy Note 8, among others. Show More Summary
Sony's 3D Creator app, which made its debut with the Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, is coming to the Xperia XZ Premium.
The newly introduced Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact join the previously released Xperia XZ Premium in being able to capture video at 960 frames per second. And these new phones will run Android Oreo.
I blew my mind earlier this year when I watched my extremely slowed down footage of a bird in mid-flight. I was testing the Sony Xperia XZ Premium's camera, which can record video at up to 960 fps -- four times as slow as the iPhone's 240 fps. Show More Summary