Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Sony Mobiles

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update for Sony Xperia Z5, Z3, Z4, Z2, M And C

Sony UK apparently acknowledged that Xperia handsets will start receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow update from March 7 onwards. The first set of devices that are likely to receive this firmware includes Xperia Z3+, Sony Xperia Z5 line up and Xperia Z4 tablet. Not to forget, PTCRB (certification authority) has apparently certified the new firmware for Z3+. The new build number is reported to be 32.1.A.0.434, Mobi Picker reported. History Of Beta Testing And Certification According to Android Authority, sometime in December 2015, the Z4, Z5 and Z5 Premium running the Marshmallow firmware made a visit to the Wi-Fi certification database, which pointed ...

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How to Update Your Sony Xperia Z3 Android to 6.0.1 Marshmallow!

You can now update Xperia Z3 to Android 6 Marshmallow using an unofficial CM13 custom firmware. Based on the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, developers have tweaked this custom ROM to be stable, smooth and fast. Bringing all the popular CyanogenMod features, follow this guide to update Xperia Z3 to Android 6.0.1 based CM13 custom firmware. Note: There might still be some bugs in the ROM as it’s a work-in-progress. While the firmware is usable, if you don’t have any previous experience with flashing custom firmware, we recommend you to stick to the official releases. Prerequisites to update Xperia Z3 to Android ...

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Sony Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact Images Leaked

Sony is expected to welcome new model in its Xperia Z lineup with new devices this year. The new smartphones are expected to launch in September 2015 during IFA. According to a leak by ViziLeaks on Twitter, Sony will offer the Xperia Z5 and a smaller Xperia Z5 Compact at IFA 2015. The leaked image showed a handset next to the iPhone 5S, along with a possible fingerprint authentication embedded in the power button on the side. Sony Z(TBC) micro USB confirmed. #Z5 pic.twitter.com/G7T8Oyajk0 — ViziLeaks (@vizileaks) August 6, 2015 Sony Z(TBC) and Compact #Z5 pic.twitter.com/j04UcGQNmk — ViziLeaks (@vizileaks) August 5, 2015 Sony Xperia Z(TBC) and ...

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Sony Xperia Z5 is Coming Soon as Early as September

The Sony Xperia Z3+ has only just launched but its successor the Xperia Z5 may arrive as soon as September, if we’re to believe the latest rumblings online. This next Sony phone sounds like it could be the one we’ve been waiting for, with enough major improvements to make up for the fairly minor upgrades made in the Xperia Z3+. It levels-up the hardware across the board. Snapdragon 810 is to be replaced with Snapdragon 820, RAM pumped up to 4GB, the camera to get the upgrade to the IMX230 sensor from the IMX220. It’ll even get a fingerprint scanner. ...

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This is the Sony Xperia Z4

The Sony Xperia Z4 is finally here. Sort of. Well, it’s definitely out in Japan. The rest of us get the same handset, just with a different name – meet the Sony Xperia Z3+. Sony can get away with touting a handset with incremental upgrades as a brand new model in its fanatical homeland, but apparently the rest of us are a little more cynical, so to pander to our not-so-sunny disposition the Xperia Z3+ tells us exactly what we’re getting. The six month old Sony Xperia Z3, with a few added extras. Don’t hope for anything too scintillating – ...

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Amazing Experiences from Xperia™ Lounge

The Xperia™ Lounge app is your ticket to a world of entertainment and amazing experiences. There will be loads of great sports, music and film content for you, plus get access to competitions and promotions that only Xperia™ can bring you, including the chance to win incredible experiences from some of our partners. Dive into amazing Sony experiences, tailor-made for your device. Enjoy the latest blockbusters, apps, music, themes, and exclusive offers. And discover the extraordinary in the everyday. Presume Like a True VIP Whatever your passion, you’ll love Xperia Lounge – with new Silver and Gold tiers to take ...

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