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Capture photos and record HD videos in 3D with this simple yet brilliant Android smartphone from Sony.
Sony Ericsson has just unveiled a new brand of smartphone in its Xperia line-up — the Xperia Neo V. Unlike its predecessor, the Xperia Neo, Neo V runs with the updated version of Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 OS. And although it only features a 5.0 megapixel camera, this handset is known to be the first device on the portfolio that comes with the new 3D camera functionality from Sony. It even has an impressive 3.7-inch touchscreen with Reality Display, and is powered by a 1 GHz processor.
In addition, the Sony Xperia Neo V is jam-packed with cool features and functions. It comes with the new 3D sweep panorama technology, which allows users to capture and view photos in 3D just by connecting the phone into a 3D TV using the HDMI output. And with the help of the Gingerbread 2.3.4 OS, Xperia Neo V users can easily utilize Google Talk with Video Chat and Facebook inside Xperia™.
Hit the jump for more Sony Xperia Neo V details!Read the rest of the article »
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play's Android 2.3.4 update might include a 720p video making app.
A XDA Developers forum member found that the Android 2.3.4 update to the Xperia Play smartphone brought 720p video recording. The standard camera app will do this now, with continuous autofocus enabled.
Regarding the said update, a short sample video was uploaded to YouTube that you could check-out below. Before the said update, the handset’s highest video recording resolution was 720×480.Read the rest of the article »
GADG collected some of the best Android handsets that will be available this year.
Are you still in search for the best handsets in the market? Take a look at the short list below, and discover the new mobile phones that are slated to hit the shelves this year. This rundown also reveals most of the phone’s features and price, helping you decide which handset to purchase.
Check out the five upcoming Android smartphone after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Sony Ericsson's newest smartphone called Xperia Pro hits the FCC, as it underwent certification testing.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro smartphone was seen at the FCC, as it undergo certification testing. The said device followed a similar showing of the Xperia Mini Pro. It was also announced that the new handset from Sony Ericsson is a non- US version that have a 900MHz and 2,100MHz HSPA band support.
The newest feature that was revealed is the ANT+, which is made for fitness enthusiasts who want to keep track of their heart rate and several same metrics.
Learn more about the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Germany opens the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray for pre-order at €369.
Following UK, Germany is the second country that opens Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray for a pre-order period. Moreover, the German Amazon site lists the handset with a cheaper price of €369 which is equivalent to £325 — much more affordable than UK’s price of £350. However, this is just a pre-order so expect to see some changes before the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray hits the market.
And while UK is said to have the handset on August 15, Germany doesn’t have an estimated release date for the said smartphone. That said, GADG will be keeping an eye on this one. So for those who are interested to have a Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray of their own, just keep it posted here.View Article Source »
Sony Ericsson just rolled out its firmware update for Xperia X10, but it's not the Gingerbread that everybody was waiting for.
Sony Ericsson just rolled out another firmware update for its Xperia X10, bringing in a number of major changes in the handset. However, it is not the Gingerbread release that everybody was waiting for.
The update version 2.1.B.0.1 reportedly boosts screen responsiveness and general performance. It strengthens the signal and in-call sound quality with its new baseband, and it also makes switching from 2G to 3G network even faster. Initiating calls take shorter time now, while a change in battery is also noticeable. However some users say that the change of battery life is for the better while others refute it. The update also enables voice integration to almost anywhere it is necessary.Read the rest of the article »
Be the first to get hold of the Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation Phone.
You can now place your pre-orders from Verizon Wireless for Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation phone or also known as the Xperia Play. The Xperia PLAY runs Gingerbread and supported by 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon II processor. Its other buff features include 4-inch display, front facing camera and 5-megapixel camera. For playtime, all you need to do is slide-out the PSP-style gaming pad and roll out one of the 7 pre-installed games. The pre-loaded games available on the phone are Madden NFL 11, Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior, Star Battalion, The Sims 3, Crash Bandicoot, and Tetris. Orders will arrive on your doorsteps by May 26th.View Article Source »
Google switches God-mode on and removes popular PSOne emulator, PSX4Droid from the Android App Market.
With Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation Phone – the Sony Xperia Play – brewing around the corner (or that’s what we would love to believe), Google just turned God-mode as it abruptly pulls the plug on the popular PSOne emulator for the Android OS, the PSX4Droid. The app has been removed from the Android Market without giving any prior notification to its developer, “zodttd.”
Could the perpetrator behind this fiasco truly be the Sony Xperia Play? Or is it another push from Google after several complaints about their copyright policies? Perhaps both.Read the rest of the article »
Sony Ericsson's XPERIA Neo is now out for pre-order! But how long do people have to wait for its official release?
Sony Ericsson’s latest Android phone, the XPERIA Neo, is now available for pre-order at Amazon Germany. The handset costs €346, but can be purchased to a cheaper price from some online retailers.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo features a Snapdragon-powered Android 2.3, eight-megapixel camera, 480 x 854 pixels FWVGA screen, and a 720p video recording with continuous autofocus. However, there’s no solid release date posted yet. Even Sony Ericsson is vague about it too, saying March and late Q2 2011 as possible release dates.View Article Source »
Clearwire wins round one. Is Sony Ericsson going to retaliate soon?
Clearwire has just won round one of a trademark case vs corporate giant Sony Ericsson. It was reported about a month ago that Sony Ericsson has sued Clearwire for alleged copyright/trademark violation of the former’s logo. Clearwire vehemently denied the accussations and have submitted a counter statement indicating that the demand had “insufficient evidence of likelihood of confusion and no irreparable harm.” We couldn’t blame Sony Ericsson though because their logos do looke a little similar, but hey, it happens around the world.
Clearwire may have won this round, but Sony Ericsson isn’t gonna go down that easily. Check out Clearwire’s official statement on the matter after the break!Read the rest of the article »
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