Wireless charging will soon be present in almost all flagship smartphones and it makes sense that the manufacturers to start focussing on wireless chargers. After a beautiful Nexus 4 wireless charger, LG has now announced the so-called world’s smallest wireless charger – WCP-300 today.
Despite the small size, company claims that the charging area on WCP-300 is 1.7 times wider than company’s previous generation wireless charger. Read more about LG announces world’s smallest wireless charger ‘WCP-300’ …
Sony has announced that it will start selling Xperia Tablet Z globally in second quarter of this year. The tablet is currently only available in Japan. The company also revealed the pricing for US market, where it will be sold for $499 (16GB version).
Sony did not give specifics on when and where can be expect the tablet.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z features a 10.1-inch FHD display, quad-core processor, Jelly Bean and 2GB RAM. The tablet will also come with 16/32GB of internal storage and 8MP rear camera. Sony has revealed that it is currently working on Android 4.2 update for the tablet and it will be available after launch. Read more about Sony Xperia Tablet Z global roll-out to begin in Q2 …
Sony has announced that it will release its flagship Xperia Z in 60 markets globally this week. Company however was not so forthright about the details on these markets.
“Sony’s flagship smartphone, Xperia Z will roll out in stores worldwide from today. Since it was announced in January, Xperia Z has won 13 awards and received the widest ranging of any Sony smartphone to date with 140 sales channels in 60 markets across the globe. Both products combine premium specifications with the best of Sony technology, entertainment, design and connectivity,” Sony noted in a press release. Read more about Sony Xperia Z goes on sale in 60 markets this week …