Sony Xperia Z1 Compact: Same Specs, But Now Less of a Handful

Sony's heavy metal heaven, the 5-inch Xperia Z1, landed on our desks last September and was quickly awarded an almost-perfect review rating. While most companies busily chuck out specs when shrinking phones, Sony's retained all of the flagship Z1's guts in what it called an "engineer's nightmare," for the 4.3-inch Xperia Z1 Compact. Read More >>

Xperia Z1F Confirmed, Sony's Flagship Phone Shrunk Down to Mini Proportions

We've had the regular sized one, we've got its oversized cousin, and now Sony's Xperia Z1 is getting a little brother to boss around, in the shape of the Sony Xperia Z1F. And it ain't half bad! Read More >>

Sony's Xperia Z1 Is Just as Camera as It Is Phone

After a wavering couple of years back there, Sony's been back on fine form with its mobile arm, ever since it ditched Ericsson and came out with the Xperia S back in January 2012. Its latest, the Z1, isn't just another large-screened mobile -- it's a 5-inch mobile with a 20.7MP camera, and two optional external lenses which can either be mounted on the phone as you see above, or waved about to capture all sorts of surreptitious shots. Read More >>

The Xperia T Continues to Show Sony's Got Its Finger on the Camera Phone Button

A quick scan of your nearest phone shop’s store shelves will turn up dozens of identikit Android phones. But when your eyes clock that Xperia badge, you’ll instantly recognise trademark Sony features – the latest in super-fast connectivity, and perfect pairing with other Sony products, sure, but importantly, a great-quality camera, using technology from their hugely-successful Cyber-shot range of cameras. The Xperia T is the latest in Sony’s super-slim range of phones. Read More >>


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