Guten Tag! We are still here in Berlin at IFA 2012 and wanted to update you guys on some cool stuff we’ve seen today… you could say it has to be seen to be believed….
Month: August 2012
Hi everyone! Ant’s been keeping you posted on all the Xperia news here from Berlin at IFA 2012, but it’s not just Xperia smartphones and our new Xperia tablet S that have been turning heads on the Sony stand. Booth-goers have also been treated to a look at some cool new additions to our Smart Accessories range, …
Hey guys! Just checking in – this morning we’ve been doing the rounds at the Sony booth, and having a play with Sony’s Media applications: WALKMAN®, Album and Movies – seeing how they look and function across multiple Sony devices.
Today at IFA in Berlin, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai revealed that Xperia T, the latest smartphone from its new Xperia range is set to feature in Skyfall – the 23rd James Bond film and first to feature an Xperia smartphone from Sony.
Hey guys, Just finishing up our press conference at the Sony IFA 2012 booth today, and we’re excited to announce new additions to the Xperia family: Xperia T, Xperia V, Xperia J and Xperia Tablet S – all packed with Sony’s best HD experiences to deliver the next step in connected entertainment.
New Xperia smartphone series with Sony’s best HD experiences deliver next step in connected entertainment
Sony Mobile Communications (“Sony Mobile”) today announced a new range of Xperia™ smartphones, along with the first Xperia Tablet from Sony Corporation at the consumer electronics show IFA. Featuring in the upcoming James Bond cinema release Skyfall, Xperia T (also coming in a variant known as Xperia TX for some specific markets) is the new …
Hi folks, Back in February this year, my fellow Xperia bloggers and I headed out to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress – well, now we’ve packed our suitcases once again and are flying out to Berlin, Germany for IFA 2012!
Guys, Last week I mentioned “Extended Standby Mode”, a new feature in the Xperia P Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade that can increase standby duration by up to four times – it’s pretty cool so I thought I would take a closer look.
LONDON, UK – Sony Mobile Communications AB (“Sony Mobile”) today announced that it is altering the global operational structure of its development sites in Tokyo, Japan, Lund, Sweden and Beijing, China. In October 2012, Sony Mobile will move its corporate headquarters and certain other functions from Lund, Sweden, to Tokyo, Japan. Sony Mobile has also …