Solely owned Sony company Sony Ericsson has unveiled that all of their Xperia Android handsets are now able to have 50GBof Internet storage, for life.
Without the need to buy the SE device
Gadget news and reviews site Pocket Lint has gained access to a mobile phone accessary from Gametel, which allows any Google mobile OS phone to be transformed in to a Xperia Play-esque device with a D-pad.
Xperia is getting its just desserts
Solely owned Sony company Sony Ericsson has now made public which of their existing mobile phones will be getting an upgrade to the latest version of Android 4.0. This happens to be 11 phones, in their current line-up.
Mobile phone network O2 has made public the former 2010 flagship Sony Ericsson X10 handset will be getting an update to the Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3 OS, whilst other networks saw the upgrade roll out during in Q3 of this year.
Possibly the Xperia arc HD
Israeli Android mobile phone news website iAndroid.co.il has published hands-on pictures and specifications of a yet to be announced Sony Ericsson handset, which reportedly has a 720p display.
Joint Ericsson and STMicroelectronics venture ST-Ericsson, which provides semiconductors to mobile phone companies has announced it has been chosen by Nokia to be the new supplier for Windows Phone 7 devices.
for 1.05 billion Euros
Joint Swedish-Japanese mobile phone manufacturing venture Sony Ericsson has announced that is to become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony, whilst being integrated into Sony’s platform of consumer electronics products at the same time.
For just £15
Mobile phone network Three has made public the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman handset is being sold by them on contracts, starting from £15 a month.
Or for £7 more, with a no-limits-whatsoever mobile broadband package