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Sony ends Xperia Z : X rises

Sony ends Xperia Z : X rises

The smartphone line known as Sony Xperia Z is at its end. The Xperia Z smartphone line has taken the elevator up the tower to the End of Line club, sipping on libations as its replacement, the Xperia X lineup, takes its place. This is confirmed by Sony who suggests that the X line is less about the best in everything and more about keying in on the parts of the phone that matter most.

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Sony Xperia Z5 Premium revealed and detailed with 4K display

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium revealed and detailed with 4K display

This week Sony showed off the Sony Xperia Z5, a smartphone that "contains our best camera created specifically for a smartphone." This device is made for consumers that wish to take quick shots, working with 0.03-second autofocus. Sony suggests that this is the world's fastest autofocus on a smartphone. This device also has "better zoom quality" with 5x Clear Image Zoom and a 23-megapixel sensor. This device's camera also has focus placed on low-light photography and "SteadyShot" intelligent bump-reducing mode.

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T-Mobile drops Xperia Z3 — is Xperia Z4 closer than we think?

T-Mobile drops Xperia Z3 — is Xperia Z4 closer than we think?

As we start to see Xperia Z4 leaks rolling in, we’re left to assume the handset is on its way. Sony hasn’t sent out invitations to an event, though, so it’s left in limbo. Benchmarks and product shots give us an idea of what’s going on with Sony’s newest, but we still don’t have it. We’re also running out of ways to get an Xperia Z3, as T-Mobile has confirmed they’re no longer carrying the handset. That leaves Verizon as the only US carrier that is currently offering the Xperia Z3.

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Sony’s next Xperia tablet rumored for 4K, 6GB RAM

Sony’s next Xperia tablet rumored for 4K, 6GB RAM

Sony is no stranger to CES, and tends to make the event their forum for announcing new products. Last year, we saw a bevy of awesome new cameras and a still-in-progress SmartBand tracker. Another thing Sony does well is high-end devices and products. The latest rumor has Sony going absolutely off on tablets, bringing a massive screen capable of 4K resolution. The rumored spec sheet is equally insane, boasting more RAM than you’ve ever heard of on a mobile device.

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Xperia Z4 details spill: Evolution, not Revolution

Xperia Z4 details spill: Evolution, not Revolution

Sony's next smartphone may well be the first to leak its parts this season as we prepare for the whole 2015 batch. What we're seeing here is said to be the Sony Xperia Z4, the next in a line of devices that look so extremely similar, you'd be forgiven for mistaking one for any one of the others. This device is tipped to be working with a front panel here so similar to its predecessor that it's even more difficult to tell them apart than the last two.

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Sony: Android Lollipop will be on all Xperia Z devices

Sony: Android Lollipop will be on all Xperia Z devices

Though not easy to come by stateside, the Sony Xperia Z lineup makes a strong showing elsewhere in the world. Since re-dedicating themselves to mobile, Sony has made strides in improving the overall experience on their handsets. An impressive 20.7MP camera adorns the newest Xperia Z flagships, and their Android overlay is slight and appealing. Updates are sometimes the foil of an Android OEM and user, though, as the company struggles to decide how to support legacy handsets. Sony isn’t struggling with that decision at all, and will update their entire Xperia Z lineup.

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Sony Xperia Z3 hands-on

Sony Xperia Z3 hands-on

The Sony Xperia Z3 builds on an already powerful set of predecessors, Sony’s "Z" line (including the Z3 Mini) standing the test of time with a similar design to each previous year. Now with Android 4.4 KitKat and a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, the Xperia Z3 ups the ante. This device weighs in at just 152 grams and measures in at a mere 146 x 72 x 7.3mm.

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Sony launches Underwater Apps to hawk waterproof phones

Sony launches Underwater Apps to hawk waterproof phones

Sony has launched six apps specifically designed for underwater use, a move that aims to increase consumers' awareness of waterproof phones (such as its Xperia Z) and perhaps give incentive to pick one up. The apps are available now on the Google Play Store, and include things like a big-eyed gold fish.

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Sony Xperia Z3 leaks show regular, mini version

Sony Xperia Z3 leaks show regular, mini version

Newly leaked pictures show what is billed as the Sony Xperia Z3. Alongside it is the Z3 mini, which looks much the same as the big brother, just a touch smaller. If the pics are accurate, it seems Sony is moving on with their recently rehashed design language for hardware.

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Here’s Sony’s Xperia 2014 in smartphones and tablets

Here’s Sony’s Xperia 2014 in smartphones and tablets

There’s a set of three devices that’ve been revealed over the past week by Sony int he Xperia line of smartphones and tablets for Sony. That is the Sony Xperia M2, the smallest and least powerful of the three, and the Sony Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet. These three devices will be rolling out on the top and mid-tier, while the Xperia Z1 Compact is the smallest of the crew.

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Sony Xperia Z2 hands-on

Sony Xperia Z2 hands-on

This week we’re having a peek at Sony’s latest effort with the rebooted Z, a device called the Sony Xperia Z2. This device rolls out with a 5.2-inch Full HD display - that’s 1080 x 1920 pixels, with Sony’s Live Color LED powered by X-Reality for mobile technology. This device looks and feels just like the Sony Xperia Z or the Sony Xperia Z1, and if you blink you’d mistake it for one of these previous models - but the devil’s in the details.

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Sony Xperia Z2 specifications show 5.2-inch display, 20.7 MP camera, 4K video

Sony Xperia Z2 specifications show 5.2-inch display, 20.7 MP camera, 4K video

With the Sony Xperia Z2, the company is bringing on a smartphone with some early heat in the 2014 hero phone race. This device works with upgrades to each of the key elements in the smartphone experience, including a larger display than in the original Z, a more powerful camera, and the newest in new Qualcomm processors to back it up. This device is also - of course - waterproof.

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