Sony today indirectly confirmed that we'll see at least one new water resistant Xperia device next week. Sony says that we should "get ready to make a splash" on March 2, when the company will host its MWC press conference.
Sony has announced that it will reveal something "slimmer, lighter, brighter" at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC), scheduled to kick off in Barcelona next week.
Unannounced Sony Xperia Z4 tablet with 2K display leaked out. The slate made a premature appearance in Sony's Xperia Lounge Android application and was quickly taken down.
We reported a few days ago on Samsung's move to a 4:3 aspect ratio with its future flagship tablets, and now more detailed specs of the Galaxy Tab S2 have been revealed, courtesy of industry insiders.
Last week we told you that Samsung is allegedly busy working on a couple of successors for last year's Galaxy Tab S line of tablets with Super AMOLED touchscreens.
Samsung is reportedly getting ready to introduce various new slates this year. Yesterday, we told you that Samsung registered the names Galaxy Tab A, Tab E, and Tab J, and now we have details on the Tab A series.
Samsung seems to be gearing towards a surplus of new product launches in 2015. The latest rumor that we heard right through the grapevine suggests that the troubled South Korea-based tech company might be either prepping a handful of new tablet series.
Sony today released a video which informs the world that its Xperia smartphones and tablets can be successfully used for business.
Last month, we told you that Samsung was working on a new tablet - SM-T555 - that should be included in its upcoming Galaxy Tab 5 series.
Huawei has big plans for 2015, and it has shown a teaser of what it will unveil at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in the beginning of March in Barcelona.
Samsung is going to be adding to its Android tablet lineup in the current year, with a leak indicating four slates will be coming out of Sammy's camp.
Sony's smartphone business (official known as Sony Mobile Communications) hasn't been doing great lately, being one of the Japanese company's few units that are currently losing money in a big way.