• Sony Xperia GX
    Last Updated: May 9th,2012

    The Sony Xperia GX was announced for the Japanese market along with the Xperia SX. It has a whopping 13 MP camera with an Exymor R sensor, a 4.6-inch HD display, Android 4.0 and a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

    It looks much like the Xperia Arc, but carries a good punch in specs. If you are interested, you might want to wait until the summer, which is when this bad boy is expected for release.

  • News & Updates

    Sony Xperia GX now available in Japan from NTT DoCoMo

    Sony’s latest, the Xperia GX, is now available in Japan from NTT DoCoMo. The phone launches as one of Sony’s top-specced handsets, featuring a 4.6-inch 720p display, dual-core CPU, and 13MP camera. The new phone eschews Sony’s more recent stylings for a curved design more reminiscent of last year’s hardware, but the phone still manages […]

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    Sony Xperia GX Hits The FCC – Boasts AT&T and T-Mobile Compatibility, S4 Processor, HD Display

    The Sony Xperia GX is exactly what we’ve been asking Sony for all along. Featuring a 4.6-inch 720p HD display, Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a curve reminiscent of the arch on a woman’s back, it seems Sony may have hit one out of the park in terms of power, and sex […]

    Sony announces Xperia GX, Xperia SX for Japan

    Sony has announced a few more members of its Xperia family, the Sony Xperia GX and Sony Xperia SX. Both handsets are headed for a Japanese release. The highlight of the Xperia GX is its 13MP Exmor R camera sensor, but it also features a 4.6-inch HD display and 1.5GHz dual-core processor. The Xperia SX […]

    Sony Xperia LT29i specs revealed? Snapdragon S4 Pro, 13MP camera (with samples) & more

    Last month, Sony was rumored to be bringing out a flagship phone this Summer. Codenamed LT29i Hayabusa, we had little to go on than an idea of what it’d look like and what chipset it’d house (Snapdragon S4). Today, a Chinese blog may have revealed the full slate of details we’ve been looking for. We’ve […]