You can expect Sony to announce even more new Xperia devices at Mobile World Congress as they are sending out invitations to members of the press. Not even a month ago, Sony unveiled new phones at CES in the Xperia S and the Xperia Ion, the first phones to drop the Ericsson branding due to Sony swallowing up the mobile side of their partnership. Sony’s invite specifically mentions Xperia so we can at least expect them to show off phones and hopefully tablets. We wouldn’t hold our breath for any Google TV devices considering Mobile World Congress is about, well, mobile. We’ll be there to bring you all the coverage.
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