Xperia p not updating
Xperi Firm does not host any files themselves, but replicates what they are seeing on Sony’s servers.This normally only happens once the phone is due to launch within weeks.For those hoping that the launch of the Xperia 1 would help lift sales, then you’d be disappointed to here that volumes fell by 55 percent year-on-year to just 0.9 million phones – Sony managed 2.0 million phones the year before.Sony’s struggles are still very much real, although the launch of the Xperia 1 only happened at the end of May, so we may see a bounce in the subsequent quarter.This is not likely to be the case for the ‘Audio Recorder’ app, which provided a clean, minimalist UI to record audio and it’s a shame that Sony is removing all subscription data by the end of September. [read more…] Sony Mobile is rolling out a new firmware update for the Xperia 1 flagship, which moves the build number from 55.0. It is currently live on the dual SIM variant of the Xperia 1 (J9110), but should shortly arrive on the single SIM versions too (J8110, J8170).It’s very likely that the app will continue afterwards, but Sony says the app “may not function as intended”. We await to see if this new update brings some promised fixes to the camera, including the addition of native 21:9 photos. No other changes have been noticed, but if you have updated, please let us know your impressions below.While the phone has been out for a while now, famed camera review website Dx OMark has published their verdict on Sony’s latest flagship.
Often they get the raw end of the stick when it comes to any pre-order offers for the latest Sony Xperia devices.
[read more…] Sony Mobile is looking to shutter two more apps according to notices that have appeared.
Both the ‘What’s New’ app and the ‘Audio Recorder’ apps will be retired on 30 September 2019.
[read more…] Sony Mobile will be launching new hardware at the IFA 2019 tradeshow on 5 September at 1pm CEST (12pm BST).
That shouldn’t be much of a surprise, Sony has launched new Xperia handsets at the Berlin-based tradeshow for as long as we can remember.Even more so considering that Sony continues to struggle making a dent with its smartphones.