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Android 4.4, code name KitKat, has been available for nearly a month and a half, and in recent days and weeks, upgrade plans to the new OS have been announced for a wide variety of hardware devices.
Android and Sony lovers can now enjoy the best of both worlds with the release of the Sony Z Ultra Google Play edition powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 Processor. Released with Android’s newest operating system, Android 4.4 KitKat, the Z Ultra will come unlocked and contract-free for AT&T and T-Mobile from the Google Play store for $649.
If you’re a T-Mobile customer, the world is your network. With coverage in over 100 countries, the hard part is deciding which smartphone you want in hand. We’ve gathered the top smartphones from T-Mobile loaded with an all-in-one Snapdragon processor designed to make them battery efficient, incredibly fast-performing and better connected.
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z runs like a rocket thanks to the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, designed to provide silky-smooth Web scrolling, stutter-free movie playback, and console-quality games.
The Sony Xperia Z1 is truly one of a kind. It’s one of the first smartphones with a cutting-edge, ultra-powerful Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 800 processor at its heart, and is the first smartphone to feature Sony’s signature digital imaging technology, providing industry-leading image quality.
Snapdragon hosts consumer media event, unveils photobooth and highlights hottest devices for the holidays
At the first Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ consumer media event last week, we unveiled and demonstrated for the first time at a live event, the much buzzed-about 540-degree Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth.
There are a lot of reasons it’s called Ultra. As one of the first smartphones with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 mobile processor, and boasting several cutting-edge features Sony’s newest offering, the Xperia Z Ultra, is fast becoming a must-have large-screen smartphone.
If you spend a lot of time gazing at your phone, set your sights on the Sony Xperia™ Z. Initially announced at CES 2013, and already released and widely popular outside the US, Sony announced today that T-Mobile will be the exclusive US carrier to bring the phone to eager fans.
Kicking off Mobile World Congress 2013 in style, Sony officially took the wraps off of its 10-inch Xperia Tablet Z, beckoning a new era for quad-core Android tablets and living up to all the hype.
Large-screen phones that look a lot like tablets are all the rage. They're enormous, but they can serve as handheld HDTVs, portable offices, or gaming consoles. Consider the impressive two phones with five-inch screens that Sony launched at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
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