Yesterday, we told you that Sony was getting ready to announce an Xperia Z4 Tablet at MWC 2015 next week. The company will also reveal a new water-resistant smartphone called Xperia M4 Aqua.
Sony unveiled the Xperia E4 entrant, an entry-level device that flashed what might end up being Sony's refreshment of its OmniBalance design language (if it decides to stick to churning out smartphones, that is).
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.
Sony just announced the Xperia E4. It has a bigger screen than the Xperia E3, a similar a quad-core processor and 1GB RAM, plus a 5MP/1080p camera.
We spotted that the website of a Spanish retail chain shows the specs of the next iteration of the smartphone. Interestingly, it won't be called Xperia E2 or similar, but Xperia E1 II instead.
Sony has regularly been criticized for its support policies, leaving behind mid-range models and taking its time with flagship updates.
Sony today released a video which informs the world that its Xperia smartphones and tablets can be successfully used for business.
Sony's upcoming Xperia Z4 smartphone may have just received the necessary certification from Postel, the Indonesian authority that deals with such things.
A mysterious Sony device has passed through the Federal Communications Commission in the USA and the timing could very well mean it is the upcoming Sony Xperia Z4.
While CES has been the traditional scene for new Xperia Z announcements, this year the company seems to be keeping its ace for the Mobile World Congress.
Purple had become a sort-of trademark color for Sony's premium Xperia Z line, until the Xperia Z3 came along and broke the streak. The fourth-gen Z flagship added Copper and Green to the traditional Black and White color options.
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.