After misleading marketing materials resulted in several water-damaged Xperia phones, Sony has been hit by a class-action lawsuit where those affected might get a refund on the device.
This month, Samsung will launch their latest Tizen powered device, the Z3. The Z3 will follow the Z1, which was introduced towards the beginning of the year and went on to sell over a million units.
According to a new report from Japan, Sony is planning to cut approximately 1000 jobs from its smartphone division in Europe and China. This comes after consecutive quarters of losses.
Following on from the Xperia Z3 review, new owners of Sony's latest flagship will certainly want to keep it in the best condition. Can the Case-Mate Barely There deliver? Read on to find out!
Some have said that Sony are a bit late to the game with the Z3 but with exceptional performance, two days battery life, waterproofing in a premium design, I think the game is just heating up.
IFA Berlin has finally arrived and it looks like Sony is coming out with guns blazing by introducing three new mobile devices and two wearables. The devices will arrive in the fall.
BlackBerry has launched the mid-range Z3 smartphone which was first shown at MWC 2014, specifically targeted towards the Indonesian market with entry level specifications and a large screen.