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Sony Xperia SL and acro S JB 4.1.2 update rolling out now

Sony Xperia SL and acro S JB 4.1.2 update rolling out now

30 May, 2013 | comments (375)

Sony is releasing the Jelly Bean 4.1.2 firmware update for the Sony Xperia SL, Xperia acro S and expanding the availability of the Xperia S update, which reportedly started received it a week ago. We guess the rollout needs time to reach everybody...

Tags: Sony, Android


Jelly Bean firmwares for Xperia S, acro S and SL get certified

Jelly Bean firmwares for Xperia S, acro S and SL get certified

08 May, 2013 | comments (91)

It's been a really long wait for the Xperia S, acro S and SL users, but it’s finally coming to an end. The official firmwares for Sony Xperia S, Sony Xperia acro S and Sony Xperia SL have been certified. This means all three of them are completed...

Tags: Sony, Android


Sony reveals Xperia Jelly Bean update now in very final stage

Sony reveals Xperia Jelly Bean update now in very final stage

20 April, 2013 | comments (170)

Sony had promised earlier that they will be releasing the Jelly Bean update for all the Xperia devices that were released in 2012. Now, in a tweet from the official account, Sony has confirmed that the update is in very final stages and that more...


Help us make a change, sign our smartphone petition now

Help us make a change, sign our smartphone petition now

19 April, 2013 | comments (380)

This week we took on a somewhat unusual endeavor. We asked for your help to make a difference in the high-end smartphone market. The currents trends mean you cannot get a top-of-the-line smartphone with a pocketable size. The trend suits OEMs just...

Tags: Android, Misc


Sony Xperia SL now available in several markets

Sony Xperia SL now available in several markets

12 September, 2012 | comments (39)

The Xperia SL has been quietly released by Sony, and can be found across various retailers in the US and Europe. Perhaps the reason why there's not much fanfare around the new device is that Sony does not want to interfere with sales of its...


Sony Xperia SL goes official with a 1.7GHz dual-core CPU

Sony Xperia SL goes official with a 1.7GHz dual-core CPU

18 August, 2012 | comments (131)

We just got the first official sighting of the Sony Xperia SL – the refreshed version of the company’s current smartphone flagship. It appears that someone over at Sony jumped the gun and published the official page of the smartphone two weeks...


The IFA 2012 schedule is out, see what you can expect and when

The IFA 2012 schedule is out, see what you can expect and when

03 August, 2012 | comments (46)

Berlin's IFA 2012 is right around the corner and this year it is going to take place from August 31 to September 5. But those are the days when the exhibition will be opened for the public. The really interesting part are the few days before that...

Tags: IFA 2012, Misc


EXCLUSIVE: Xperia SL poses for the camera, confirms known specs

EXCLUSIVE: Xperia SL poses for the camera, confirms known specs

02 August, 2012 | comments (106)

We've seen the Xperia SL in leaked press shots showing its various colors, but now an anonymous tipster hooked us with the first live photos of the device. Posing in its silver uniform, the Xperia SL (LT26ii) is known to be a slightly bumped...


Sony Xperia SL in blue and pink appears in a leaked press shot

Sony Xperia SL in blue and pink appears in a leaked press shot

13 July, 2012 | comments (62)

Besides the expected bump in CPU clock speed, the Xperia SL (LT26ii) will obviously add a couple of exclusive hues to the family of the Sony Xperia S. Blue and pink are the colors of choice, making happy boys and girls alike. We wish we...


Rumored Sony Xperia SL LT26ii might bring a CPU upgrade

Rumored Sony Xperia SL LT26ii might bring a CPU upgrade

04 July, 2012 | comments (41)

About a week ago, a Sony Xperia SL LT26ii showed up on the Indonesia's version of the FCC. The site offered no info on its specs, but immediately there were speculation that the SL will be to the Xperia S what the arc S was to the Xperia...