Can’t show it off at MWC
As we thought, Sony will not be announcing its flagship Xperia smartphone at MWC this month because Samsung appears to be hoarding the chips.
Including a 5.5-inch 4K flagship with Snapdragon 835 SoC
It appears that Sony is going all out at the Mobile World Congress 2017 show as, according to the latest information, it will unveil a total of five new smartphones, including a 5.5-inch flagship, codename Yoshino.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 under the bonnet
Sony’s mobile efforts have been sliding lately, particularly in the US, but the outfit is rumoured to be preparing a rather interesting smartphone for MWC.
Plenty of 3D immersion in film and gaming entertainment
Back in October, Sony became the first console manufacturer to introduce its own virtual reality headset for the masses, complete with the industry’s highest refresh rate and a decent handful of games available at launch.
Outsells by nearly double
Numbers being crunched by several teams of accountants have worked out that there are nearly double the numbers of PS4s as there are Xbox Ones
Promising chipset at MWC
Sony has sent out the invites for the press conference at the Mobile World Congress and it is expected to launch a new version of Xperia X and Xperia XA. The Sony G3221 phone, which we expect to launch as the Xperia XA, features 16nm Helio P20.
Growth pivots towards gaming and VR
Sony Corporation has recently considered merging its gaming and film divisions into a single business, according to a recent report from the Washington Post.
Guerrilla Games' engine
Probably one of the most interesting upcoming game, Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding, is developed in Decima Engine from Guerrilla Games.
Brings new TV firmware updates
LG has started rolling out new TV firmware updates that should fix the problem some users had while connecting their favorite 4K HDR TV to a shiny new Playstation 4 Pro console.