Dreaming of an Xperia X Premium with a 4K HDR display? Forget it!
Sony has confirmed that it has no plans to launch a Premium version of the new Xperia X, which means the Xperia Z5 Premium isn’t getting a successor anytime soon.
Just a day after Sony released an Android N Developer Preview for the Xperia Z3, an unofficial port has been made available for the Xperia Z2.
The ROM contains everything you’d expect to see in Android N, but you’ll need to be prepared for more bugs.
You don’t have to buy a Nexus device to get yours hands on the Android N Developer Preview anymore.
Sony has today made the software available for those with select variants of the Xperia Z3, and it comes with everything you’d expect from Google’s latest software, including multi-window support, direct reply from notifications, and more.
Sony’s yet to give us a launch date for the Xperia X series it announced back in February, but it does have a new ad that showcases its Smart Capture camera technology. The company has also started teasing “an exclusive offer” for those who pre-order.
Lots of people love large smartphones, but not if they’re too large. Google learned this the hard way when it launched the 6-inch Nexus 6 and its smartphone sales started to fall, but Sony isn’t paying attention.
New images reveal the Japanese company is working on a new Xperia C series smartphone with a front-facing LED flash and a 6-inch display of its own.