Sony Ericsson to Push Camera Phones in the U.S.
Reuters reports that Sony Ericsson has said it is going to focus harder on the U.S. market, and will bring its higher-end C905 Cybershot camera phone to the U.S. later this year. The C905, a slider with an 8 megapixel camera, was first announced in mid 2008. It has quad-band GSM/EDGE radios, making it compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile's networks. Sony Ericsson has not announced which carrier may offer the device, but a spokesperson suggested that it would cost between $200 and $250 after carrier subsidies.
Xperia E3 Fills in Sony's Mid-Range Roster
Alongside the Z3 family of devices, Sony today also announced the E3, a more modest handset for the budget-conscious buyer. The E3 uses the Omnibalance design language common to Sony's high-end phones, but dials down the materials.
Sony Trots Out the Xperia Z4 with Little Fanfare
Sony today announced the Xperia Z4, a modest update to is 2014 flagship, the Z3. The Z4 features a glass and metal design that is water and dust proof.
Sony Xperia Z3+ Is a Z4 for the Rest of the World
Sony today announced the Xperia Z3+, which is essentially a global version of the Z4. Sony debuted the Z4, limited to Japan, earlier this year.
Sony Xperia E4 Targets the Low End
Sony today announced the Xperia E4, an inexpensive Android handset that offers Sony style in a more economical package. The phone will ship in black and white colors and makes use of Sony's Omnibalance design language with a large screen lock button on the right side.
C905a...even has US 3G
Why is AT&T opposed to good phones? AT&T is a pain in my a$$
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