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Sony Xperia GX and SX deliver LTE to Japan

Sony Xperia GX and SX deliver LTE to Japan

Sony has revealed a pair of new LTE smartphones for the Japanese market, the Xperia GX and Xperia SX, each running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and toting features like a 13-megapixel camera. The Sony Xperia GX is the flagship of the pair, with a 4.6-inch Mobile BRAVIA display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and a 13-megapixel camera with HD video recording and LED flash.

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Sony Xperia Android ICS machine gets fat

Sony Xperia Android ICS machine gets fat

Now that Sony no longer has Ericsson to hold them back, they've become free to make phones such as the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-toting ST21i, a chunky little beast of a device. The images you're seeing here come from TechBlog where they've also picked up a few details on the next-generation handheld. You certainly wont be winning any top-phone awards with this smartphone, but it'll get the job done if you've got no other choice - that's what 3.2 inches of display says directly.

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Sony’s new ICS update timeline: roll out begins mid-April

Sony’s new ICS update timeline: roll out begins mid-April

Sony let the world know back in December that its entire 2011 line of Android smartphones would be receiving an update to Ice Cream Sandwich. At the time, they said we could expect updates to land at the end of March or beginning of April. The company has now taken to its blog to let the world know that the ICS updates will be rolling out starting from the middle of April. A minor delay, but not long to go now.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 21, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 21, 2012

Happy Wednesday, everyone. Hope you're having a great hump day. You know who had a really great Wednesday? Social gaming startup OMGPOP, which was officially acquired by Zynga today. In not-so-great news, Google Wallet is still struggling, and now the search giant may reportedly be considering a revenue share deal. Another company that's still struggling is RIM, which is telling the few users who actually bought a Blackberry Playbook: just say no to jailbreaking.

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Sony may unveil Windows Phone device at MWC

Sony may unveil Windows Phone device at MWC

There's no shortage of things to be on the lookout for at next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but one thing most people haven't been talking about is that an important company might be taking a walk on the Windows Phone side even though it has been a staunch Android supporter so far. The idea of a Windows Phone-powered Sony phone first came to light when a supposed picture was leaked.

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Sony to debut new Xperia phones at Mobile World Congress

Sony to debut new Xperia phones at Mobile World Congress

If you bought a phone at a SonyStyle store last year, it was most likely a Sony Ericsson Xperia phone. The Xperia name is trying to join the ranks of Evo, Droid, and Razr in the world of high-value Android brands. Later this month, we'll see a whole new slate of Sony Xperia devices when they're on display at the Mobile World Congress in Spain. Wait; did you catch the big difference in what we just wrote? It's "Sony Xperia," not "Sony Ericsson Xperia."

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AT&T Sony Xperia Ion LTE up for pre-order

AT&T Sony Xperia Ion LTE up for pre-order

Earlier this month we got a chance to peek at one of Sony Ericsson's newest hero devices, the Xperia Ion, complete with AT&T LTE speeds to back up its collection of top of the line specifications in a smartphone body. What we're seeing here is that the device will cost you something like $570 in pre-order dollars to get the whole device off-contract. What that money gets you is some rather enticing bits and pieces that make up one monster of a phone.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia lineup leaks with 2012 names and prices

Sony Ericsson Xperia lineup leaks with 2012 names and prices

There's been a bit of a leak over at Sony Ericsson, and their Xperia line of smartphone devices has broken through the fold with code-names and prices, and word that the whole leaked list is running Android. What we're seeing here is a set of devices that we've either never heard of before or has been rumored with attached specifications quite recently. Everything from the massively expensive $720USD MINT_I to the low-end Tapioca, the whole family is here!

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Sony XPERIA SmartWatch hands-on

Sony XPERIA SmartWatch hands-on

This isn't Sony's first watch running Android OS, and it definitely shows it. There are many improvements in Sony's XPERIA SmartWarch over the former Sony LiveView - most noticeably the fully featured touchscreen display. The LiveView had side gestures instead. The SmartWatch has retained the underneath clip, and still connects syncs with your phone through Bluetooth.

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