Wednesday, February 16, 2011

HDMI out on Xperia neo

SE promises Android 2.4 to hit new Xperia handsets first

Sony Ericsson representatives have told Fudzilla that they expect the Xperia PLAY to be the first (or one of the first) handsets to ship Android 2.4. It appears as if they company are determined to reverse mistakes made with the X10 line and the lengthy delays in between updates. Android 2.4 may even already be in testing judging from a previous leak, although the company rebutted this, saying it was a misconfiguration.

SE plans to make sure the entire new Xperia line-up will get Android 2.4 from day one (or near enough). They also said that the Xperia PLAY will ship with five games when it launches in March, with football and car games taking priority. We will be posting our hands on impressions of the device later this week.


Exmor R™ for mobile

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Xperia PLAY announced

SE has announced the Xperia PLAY, the long rumored Playstation phone. It runs Gingerbread 2.3 and features a whole host of game controls including two touch analog pads, dpad, shoulder buttons, and PS buttons. The Bravia Engine powers the 4" FWVGA screen and features a 5MP camera. It will be out soon.


Xperia™ pro and Xperia™ neo - first developer demos [official]

Xperia neo and pro announced

SE today announced the Xperia neo and pro today. These are the latest SE Android 2.3 phones. The pro is a QWERTY keyboard slider while the neo is a standard touchscreen phone. Both feature 8.1MP Exmor R modules, 720p recording, 3.7" FWVGA screens, Bravia Engines, and HDMI output. The QWERTY keyboard has been described by SE as the "perfect keyboard". The Xperia neo will be out within 3 months while you have to wait a little longer for the pro.


Wednesday, February 9, 2011

My Nokia Lumia 920 Blog