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  • Incipio Feather Sony Xperia ZL Case in Black Incipio Feather Case for Sony Xperia ZL in Black


    The latest addition to Sony's XPeria line of smartphones – the XPeria ZL – is just starting to be released. That's something we've been looking forward to at Pure Mobile ever isnce the phone was just unveiled. And now that it's finally here, we're welcoming it with a great new Sony cell phone accessory, the Incipio Feather Xperia ZL case.

    One of the most interesting features of the ZL is that, for a 5-inch device, it's actually pretty slim. In fact, Sony claims it's the most compact such device on the market.

    So adding a ton of bulk to it with a clumsy carrying case wouldn't make much sense. But, as with Incipio's Feather case for other phone models, their Xperia ZL case is notably lightweight. Actually, it's their lightest and slimmest case.

    Incipio Feather Sony Xperia ZL Case in Black Incipio Feather Case for Sony XPeria ZL in Black


    But don't let that fool you into thinking that it's not also tough as nails. Its high-density polycarbonate construction means the Feather is great at protecting your phone from bumps and shocks, and of course from scratches too. And it also includes a screen protector to keep all sides of your device clean, protected and scratch free.

    As far as Sony mobile carrying cases go, you'd be hard pressed to find one that's as in tune with the design of the device it protects. With a smooth, matte black finish and a shape that barely deviates from the phone's original contours, the Feather XPeria ZL case is as close as it gets to not using a case at all, in terms of looks. Lightweight, and with a "barely there" look, we'd vote that it's one of the best accessories for one of the best Sony cell phones we've seen yet.


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  • Sony's latest addition to the Xperia line, the XPeria E is designed with cost-efficiency in mind


    This just in (we love it when we get to say that), Sony has just officially announced the next smartphone in its Xperia line, the Xperia E.

    It may seem that the XPeria T – branded as the official James Bond smartphone and featured in the movie Skyfall – has barely hit store shelves. But Sony's already looking to launch this latest addition to the XPeria family as early as the first quarter of 2013, or in other words, by the end of March at the latest.

    But the Bond phone has no real reason to fear the Xperia E. Though they'll be part of the same line, the two smartphones are entirely different beasts, built for different purposes and a different audience for certain.

    For starters, the Xperia E seems to have been designed with cost efficiency in mind. Not only is the phone itself an affordable, entry-level device, but it's also built to help you save money when using it.

    The XPeria E will be available in a dual SIM model, the XPeria Edual, "so that consumers can easily switch between tariffs with just one touch to stay on the most cost effective plan," says Sony.

    Meanwhile, the Xperia E also boasts features to let you save on data and battery. Users can set it up to automatically disconnect from Wi-fi and data once the screen has been inactive for a few minutes. And Sony claims that its extended battery standby mode "increases the standby time up to 4 times" what you normally get from other devices.

    For sure, this is an economy-focused phone. But just because it doesn't boast the flashiness of the Bond-approved Xperia T, doesn't mean we should disregard it as merely a cheap device. As Sony's Director of Xperia Marketing Calum MacDougall explains:

    "Consumers looking to take their first steps into the world of Xperia smartphones would be well advised to look at Xperia E or Xperia E dual. They are perfect for those seeking affordable access to the quality and functionality more traditionally associated with high-end Android smartphones."

    Aside from more or less entry-level specs – it's got a Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 1GHz single-core processor, a  3.5" display with a 480 x 320 resolution, and 4GB of internal memory – it does have a few fancy features. Among them, says PocketLint, is HD voice, which allows for much clearer talk.

    Over all, if you're looking for a no-nonsense Android phone without Bond's bells and whistles, the XPeria E and Xperia Edual are probably the going to be a good bet. But we'll have to wait for their release early next year to really know how they perform.

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  • Major League Gaming (MLG), the world's largest competitive video game league, Sony Mobile Communications and Gameloft are the Dream Team when it comes to launching the first-ever competitive smartphone gaming platform called Xperia Mobile Gaming Arena Presented by Sony Mobile.

    Xperia MLG Competitive Gaming

    The arena lets gamers compete for more than $10,000 in prizes through all mobile platforms including Android and iOS. All competition details, scores and rankings will be accessible via MLG’s website. For now, the gaming platform only supports Gameloft's Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, but more games are on their way.

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    Major League Gaming CEO Sundance DiGiovanni explains, "The MLG community thrives on competition and with our new mobile platform, we are now enabling gamers to engage in competitive play no matter where they are. With partners like Sony Mobile and Gameloft, we are truly taking mobile gaming to a new level."

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    As Peter Farmer, Head of Marketing for North America, Sony Mobile Communications described the partnership: "Bringing together MLG's authority in competitive gaming, Gameloft's blockbuster game titles and Sony Mobile's immersive mobile entertainment experience, the Xperia™ Mobile Gaming Arena is sure to deliver a new level of mobile gaming for competitors."

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  • By Aldo Panessidi

    Last December, Sony released an alpha Android 4.0 ROM... now they are regaling us with more ice cream sandwich goodness.  Sony has released the beta version of this ROM for select Sony Xperia devices

    Sony Xperia Arc S

    While this update comes with much more functionality than its predecessor, it still lacks very important features.   Some of the more prominent added features include activated GSM modem, FM radio, updated UI, beefed up lock screen and a quick dialer.  Being able to access GSM networks is probably the most important, consumer utilizing this  ROM will now be able to make calls... precisely what phone is designed to do.

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    There are important features that are lacking, though, since Sony is still waiting for approval in order to activate them. Such include WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as access to Google Apps including the Android market. Hopefully Google will give them the okay soon, and Android 4.0 will be in the wild before too long.

    This beta version is aimed at developers, as Sony does not intend this incomplete ROM to be used as a daily driver. Regardless, it could be fun for the more adventurous Android user to check out what Ice Cream Sandwich will be like on Sony hardware. If you happen to be the proud owner of an Xperia Arc S, Xperia Ray, or Xperia Neo V, this ROM is available for your flashing needs.

    This post was posted in General, Smartphones, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with Xperia, Sony, Ice Cream Sandwich, GSM modem, Google, Android

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  • By Aldo Panessidi

    No doubt, Nokia cell phone Lumia 900 made quite an impression at CES, but another (non-Samsung and non-Apple) smartphone contender made waves as well.  That is Sony Ericsson’s Xperia S. Taking the approach of tailoring and optimizing software to the hardware, Sony has taken the familiar and effective Gingerbread OS and made a device that runs incredibly smoothly and also has the look and feel of a great smartphone.

    Sony CES 2012

    Like the Nokia Lumia handsets, the Sony Xperia S smartphone is made of a single piece of high density polycarbonate which feels substantial and appears chic and modern. It also serves as a great frame to the 720p screen that uses the Sony Bravia Engine and fuses the LCD glass to bring down reflections.  Let the latest in trend setting fashionable accessories express your unique style!  Discover an extensive array of award-wining design protective cases and skins deliver modern style, stunning design and smart protection.  Make your mobile devices stand out.  Customize your look - how cool can you be?

    Sony Xperia S

    Another impressive feature is this handset’s camera.  For what it lacks in flashy new Android OS updates, a 12 megapixel rear facing camera that can be used with just the press of a side button – even when the phone is turned off! Incredibly zippy, this camera goes from zero-to-shutter in less time than the Galaxy Nexus. And, the photo quality far surpasses the competition as well.

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    Unfortunately, Sony Ericsson opted to use the Snapdragon S3 chip instead of the S4. Also disappointing is the lack of LTE on this device (which the manufacturer doled out to its AT&T exclusive Xperia Ion in the US). There are rumors that an LTE Sony phone will come Canada’s way in Q3, but in tech terms that is quite a ways out.

    Some silver lining to the LTE regret is Sony will be bundling Video Unlimited support and the Xperia S is Playstation Certified which is great news for gamers who will have access to an ever growing number of PSOne games. This makes a case for purchasing better earpieces and headphones, speakers and additional MicroSD Memory cards to get the most of the device investment.

    Canada should see this smartphone hit the market in March or so, but actual release dates and carrier availability are bound to follow, so keep tuned!

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  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X3
    Posted on September 18, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    With the Xperia X1 still fresh in people's minds and the Xperia X2 not even on the market yet it looks like the Sony Ericsson Xperia X3 might be released in January 2010.  The Xperia X3 looks like it will be the first Android from Sony Ericsson.

    We actually saw our first glimpse of the Xperia X3 a few months ago when images of the Sony Ericsson Rachel hit the web.  It is rumored to have an 8 mega-pixel camera built in, WiFi, GPS, microSD expansion, email support for POP3 and even Microsoft Exchange.

    I guess for now we will just have to wait see when Sony Ericsson makes the official announcement on the Xperia X3.

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X3

    [image courtesy Expansys]

    This post was posted in Sony Ericsson and was tagged with Xperia, X3, Sony, Rachel, Featured, Ericsson

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