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Self-powered mobile generators can transform mechanical power into elec- tricity inside a handset Solar energy is harnessed to supply wattage to solar-powered mobile phones or chargers Eventually, WiTricity could power a variety of products, including cellular phones based on individual power transfer requirements By harvesting this type of energy, one day you could charge your phone as you walk around with the phone on your person Although fuel cell energy may not be rising steadily in popularity, it has the mobile devices The life expectancy of a battery always seems to be a mystery.
Some gadgets last for years, while others only give you trouble due to their unpre- dictability. Even though we don't have to consistently rely on switching out alkaline batteries in cameras and various portable electronics, the Li-Ion battery isn't eternal by any means, and you need to charge it pe- riodically.
Moreover, charging cables and AC power adapters have never been conve- nient or economical. Consequently, we're left asking, "What's next in power for the mobile future? Not only is it critical in propelling eco-conscious initiatives, but it can revolutionize our idea of proper energy consumption for the future. Go-Go Device Charger In our January issue, we introduced some burgeoning self-charging technologies that are powering their way to the forefront of mobile energy solutions.
We'll recap some of the technologies currently available, as well as those still in the works. Solar power. Solar power is a prime source of green energy. Several new solar-based mo- bile phones have emerged this year that fea- ture solar panels embedded on the back of the handset. Although you'll need to charge these types of phones for no less than 10 minutes to make a short call, further developments in mo- bile solar power will surely increase the effi- ciency of sun-charged devices. Wireless electricity, or WiTricity, is another independent energy source de- signed to charge a device via resonant mag- netic coupling.
Those words may have an unfamiliar ring, but the technology behind WiTricity is not beyond comprehension. Essentially, the proprietary power source transfers an electric frequency through mag- netic resonators over a distance to a capture device, which transmits an alternating current to another gadget such as a cellular phone.
The advantages of WiTricity include high power efficiency and flexibility in its techno- logical architecture for numerous products. Kinetic energy. This form of self-powered energy is highly practical in terms of its appli- cation to mobile devices.
As motion-based elec- tromagnetic fields produce power, energy is converted into electricity; in other words, your movements throughout the day can charge your mobile phone for a certain period of time. Kinetic energy is not limited to handsets — it's sufficient for numerous devices you can carry and charge at the same time, such as MP3 players, PDAs, digital cameras, GPS devices, portable gaming consoles, and so on. Fuel cell. Although fuel cell technology has supplied usable energy for more than years, it hasn't been harnessed for consum- er markets until recently.
Through electro- chemical electricity produced by chemical Though the technology is in place, LG's www. By squeezing the charger, you release chemicals inside the Xtreme Portable Charger that create the elec- trochemical reaction, which provides the en- ergy source for the connected mobile device. Electro-Power For Your Mobile Life News reports in December testify to some of the latest research in progressing power innovations, specifically in the field of nanotechnology and the study of what is known as piezoelectronics pressure- based electricity.
Historically, the prefix "piezo" or "piezein" means "to press" in Greek. To produce an electrical response, degrees of mechanical stress or strain are applied to crystals or ce- ramics in order to produce voltage. Although this type of technology currently functions in- side of certain watches and microphones, sci- entists are still tinkering with the concept at the nanoscale level. This indicates that many mobile devices using more power for advanced applications and demanding programs could operate on low energy without the concern of normal battery life restrictions.
Ultimately, piezoelectronics could fulfill mobile-industry needs regarding the increas- ingly complex mobile systems that require high-speed functions, stable temperatures, and green energy. But there are some undeniable drawbacks to using a computer, portable or otherwise. Remember when you were late to that pivotal meeting because you needed directions? Your notebook took ages to boot up, and by the time you pulled up the correct map, the meeting had already begun without you.
Enter HyperSpace Phoenix Technologies has created a way to eliminate the agonizing wait period between the time you press your computer's power but- ton and when you can begin using its applica- tions. With HyperSpace www. HyperSpace technology is an independent environment that runs in conjunction with your Windows OS. When you turn on your computer, you can start working right away with Hyper- Space while Windows loads in the back- ground. In addition to instant program access, HyperSpace offers several other benefits that can increase your productivity and make travel more convenient.
For starters, HyperSpace automatically connects to available wireless networks and 3G networks your HyperSpace system must have 3G capabilities. Internet security is not a concern with HyperSpace; the HyperSpace Desktop ensures notebook safety because it is protected from viruses, mal- ware, and other Internet threats. And because HyperSpace is separate from Windows, you can still use HyperSpace to stay connected in the event of a Windows crash.
Notebook types that do not support the Hybrid version can generally support HyperSpace Dual. It's a silent, power-sipping little thing. More and more, it's becoming a big little thing and a fast little thing, but it's going to be some time before anyone will be able to call it a cheap little thing. We're talking about the SSD. They do what hard drives do — store your data — only SSDs do it with silicon memory chips instead of spinning disks. Strong Memory Because SSDs use nonvolatile flash mem- ory, they can remember data even after they're powered down, like a USB flash drive or a digital camera's memory card.
Unlike USB drives or memory cards, how- ever, SSDs can be made with enough speed and capacity to take the place of a hard drive in your laptop or netbook. Depending on the model and manufac- turer, you might be able to buy a mobile PC with an SSD as standard equipment or at least as a storage option. In the latter case, going with an SSD generally adds a few hun- dred dollars to the price of a notebook or net- book. You'll definitely get less storage capacity for your money than you would with a hard drive, too. Battery life.
First and foremost, an SSD can extend battery life. Improvements in future operating systems such as Windows 7 may help, too. An SSD can speed up your computer during bootup and program launches. Early and low-end models may not feel any faster than a hard drive during normal use, but upscale SSDs are noticeably more responsive. A real benefit for mobile users is an SSD's physical toughness.
Unlike a hard drive, an SSD has no moving parts. It's able to retain its data even after a good drop on a hard floor, which can easily damage a hard drive. Some users are concerned about how long SSDs will last because data can't be written to flash memory as many times as it can to a hard drive's magnetic disks. Manufacturers have made tremen- dous strides in longer-lasting flash mem- ory, however.
They also spread out the data writes to all memory cells in a drive called wear-leveling , so theoretically, SSDs with more capacity should live longer. Although some SSDs gradually slow down over time, most should easily last as long as or longer than a hard drive. It also generates less heat than most hard drives, which indirectly helps battery life by reducing the need for a cooling fan to run. Flash drives may not catch up to hard drives' capacities for quite some time. Still, entry-level models will soon settle down to affordable price points for respectable amounts of storage.
Photo Courtesy of Microvision Incorporated Projectors Big Presentations, Small Packages In recent years, most projectors have been characterized by cumbersome designs and weighty components. However, a new line of compact, mobile pro- jectors is becoming increasingly popular among business users and consumers alike. Take note of which features suit your profes- sional or entertainment needs, whether you're giving a presentation to a client on the road or winding down in your hotel room with a movie projected on the ceiling.
What's A Pico? A single-chip system can produce When this tech- nology is applied to mobile gadgets, such as mini-projectors, it's available to use any- where, at any time to project videos, photos, and other multimedia. Pico projectors differ from standard pro- jectors internally and externally.
Obviously, Pico projectors are measured in terms of ounces rather than pounds, given that many models are small enough to drop inside your laptop carrying case. Because most Pico pro- jectors are rechargeable and can fit in your hand, you won't need to search out a wall outlet when you are on the go. Larger, stand- alone projectors typically support DMD dig- ital micromirror device projection or the basis of DLP technology.
Brightness is char- acterized by lumens and LEDs light-emit- ting diodes , which are common for many projection systems; however, Pico projectors primarily rely on LED technology rather than a high lumen rating. Pico Projectors You'll notice that the majority of Pico projectors resemble a large deck of cards. In terms of eco-friendliness, it's an efficient, mercury-free machine. If you prefer to keep your presentations protected, Dell provides encryption to lock down crit- ical information.
With the battery, it weighs in at 4 ounces. What is unique about PICO projectors such as the PK is that you can connect them to multiple devices via the ap- propriate adapter or cable when you're on the go: You might even confuse the MProllO with a cellular phone if you're not paying attention: It's so compact, you could slip it into a smartphone case. The MProllO is compatible with video-based mo- bile phones, digital media players, digital cam- eras, camcorders, computers, and UMPCs. This multifunc- tion projector can be utilized as a "USB drive" projection system — in other words, you'll be able to store data photos, slideshows, videos, and so on on the Pico Projector for future ac- cess.
Although you would need to manually adjust images on a standard projector, images projected by the Microvision Pico always stay in focus regardless of where you place the de- vice. The Pico Projector delivers an impressive or Even though the In January, the task group designated to work on Despite delays in approving the final ver- sion of the Draft N devices can reach maximum data transfer rates of Mbps, which produces throughputs of about 74Mbps. This beats older, fully approved wireless standards such as Generally, Draft N, then, is ideal for streaming content, such as audio and video both standard and high-definition , photo The Need For Speed sharing, and transferring large files.
Addi- tionally, The MIMO technology uses several antennas to send and receive signals, which boosts a device's perfor- mance by making those signals stronger and clearer. This cuts down on the amount of areas with a poor signal and dead spots. MIMO tech- nology also prevents choppy audio and video when you're streaming content. Channel bonding is another technology that sets By utilizing 40MHz of bandwidth by joining two adjacent, non-overlapping 20MHz channels , You can think of it as doubling the size of the pipe that funnels your data from one medium to the next, allowing more room for large files, high- definition video, and low-latency VoIP Voice over IP calling.
The final version of In the meantime, you can enjoy the fastest wireless throughput speeds available. Maximum Speed Spectrum Status Since Bluetooth entered the short-range wireless stage with version 1. The latest of these is called Bluetooth low energy. Bluetooth low energy is derived in part from Nokia's Wibree, which was intended to work in conjunction with Bluetooth.
Bluetooth low energy technology is expected to work with small, low-power devices that use button-cell batteries, such as watches, pe- dometers, and other devices that may only re- quire recharging or a battery change a few times per month, per year, or less frequently. Bluetooth low energy is designed so that those devices will consume only a fraction of the power of traditional Bluetooth-enabled prod- ucts. According to Bluetooth SIG, the number of devices that can be active within a Blue- tooth low energy network has stretched into the thousands. Anything that uses short-range wireless communication, such as your remote control, computer mouse, or cell phone, can implement Bluetooth low energy technology.
Bluetooth low energy and classic Bluetooth are not the same technology, but they are sim- ilar. For instance, they both use the 2. The real differ- ence between the two technologies lies in how the devices communicate with one another. To conserve power, Bluetooth low energy de- vices take less time to pair with other devices, and Bluetooth low energy requires less time to communicate and consumes less energy when doing so.
According to Bluetooth SIG, a Bluetooth low energy device can wake up, connect to another device, send data, and disconnect, all within 3ms. Whereas Bluetooth low energy uses three channels for wireless communication, classic Bluetooth technology uses 32, so it can take de- vices a few seconds to sync with each other. Bluetooth low energy devices will pair with classic Bluetooth devices, which boosts the technology's usefulness and practicality. For example, if a runner wears a Bluetooth low en- ergy-enabled watch that monitors her pulse, temperature, and speed, she can go home and send the information via Bluetooth to her laptop.
And used in mobile phones, the tech- nology can support location-based services that let users download schedules from bus stops, for example, or arrival and departure in- formation from an airport gate. Bluetooth low energy technology in a watch could also alert you when you receive or miss phone calls, voice messages, or emails. Bluetooth low energy chips should start shipping in mid It can store more than , photos and close to hours of high-definition recording. Tiny memory cards should indicate tiny capacity, right? Not anymore. The term "limited storage" looks as though it could become obsolete in the very near future, thanks to the next generation of the SD interface.
Although the physical size of SD cards may not be changing, the cards are certainly growing in capacity. The smallest capacity in this se- ries will start at 64GB. Previously, the maximum storage capacity for an SD card topped out at 32GB. Now, with 2TB of storage, you can save an almost as- tounding quantity of multimedia content.
Specifically, "faster transfer speeds will en- able SDXC mobile handset users to download high-def videos, maps, graphic-heavy games, work data, presentations, spreadsheets and other applications quickly," Sabio says. The SDXC specification will continue to im- pact the mobile market by creating true mo- bile computing environments, says Sabio, allowing consumers to buy and store more third-party programs. The SDXC will certainly enhance the mo- bile user's experience by liberating storage re- strictions while traveling abroad.
Sabio says that road warriors will appreciate the flexi- bility of using their smartphone's Wi-Fi or 3G connection to download, say, a new sales pre- sentation and then pop the SDXC memory card into their computer without having to drag out the laptop and connect.
Accord- ing to Sabio, "actual SDXC product avail- ability will vary and is determined by individual manufacturers. Even so, each company has its own schedule and strategy, says Sabio. Therefore, we might be surprised to see an SDXC compatible mo- bile phone. With more than million registered users, Skype www. Many other VoIP clients are available, as well. Getting Unwired Because VoIP software converts voice sig- nals to data packets and back again, anyone with a reasonably fast data connection can use it.
In fact, 3G is one of the fastest-growing segments for this technology. Last year, re- search firm Disruptive Analysis predicted that VoIP over 3G users would exceed million by the end of , up from a handful in However, just like the Web or any In- ternet-based technology, your device needs software to negotiate a connection with the VoIP server and convert the data into a com- prehensible in this case audio format.
Companies such as Vonage have tried to corral the VoIP user base by installing their software platforms only on company-sup- ported modems. Fortunately, Skype and its competitors, such as GoogleTalk www. Download and sign up for one of these free services and you don't need to pay any- thing to talk to users on the network, or connect to out-of-network users for pennies.
If you're making calls from your notebook, you'll need a microphone and speaker; a two-way headset; or an IP-based USB-com- patible phone. Mobile Mania If you're using a mobile device, you can connect to the VoIP server through installed software and talk just as you would with a voice call. Skype is the top device-based VoIP provider. In February, the company re- leased an improved version of its PC platform. Skype also offers software for mobile phones, specialized Wi-Fi phones which come with Skype built in , and Wi-Fi-enabled devices such as the Nokia N Internet tablet.
Several other VoIP software providers, in- cluding iSkoot www. Many are Java-based, so they'll run on any device that supports the Java platform. VoIP comes with built-in perks, such as voicemail and automatic call forwarding, which are tailor-made for on-the-go business professionals. Just remember that with VoIP, phone calls are data packets, not voice signals. However, until you purchase a data plan, you'll be paying by the kilobyte. That can get expensive, fast. Race organizers, for example, can use RFID tags to keep track of race par- ticipants. Runners attach tags to their shoes.
When they cross the finish line, an RFID reader records their place and time. The Technology RFID is a short-range wireless technology that uses chips embedded in objects or devices to transfer data. The technology requires a transponder and a reader. Generally, RFID is used for identifying, tracking, and managing products, animals, or people.
RFID tags can be active, passive, or semi- passive. An active tag has a battery and can broadcast a signal that is readable within about 10 meters. A passive tag has no battery and re- lies on an external RFID tag or reader to transmit signals. A semi-passive tag has its own battery and can become active only when an active tag engages it. This feature is de- signed to save power. There are no line-of-sight requirements for RFID tags, making them effective on many levels. As with virtually every wireless technology, there are security concerns tied to RFID tags. Wireless encryption of RFID transmissions needs work: With such a long range, an inter- loper could easily intercept the signal without notice.
Consider how many people could fit into a meter radius in a crowded area. The problem is largely one of cost. RFID tags are in- expensive and encryption technology requires more resources than many tags can offer. It's a short-range wireless technology that facilitates transac- tions between devices. However, NFC is somewhat more focused in its scope. Companies are embedding active or passive NFC chips into many mobile devices to facili- tate the types of transactions people perform regularly, such as purchasing groceries or gas.
Security is a concern with NFC transactions, but one mitigating factor is the distance at which those transactions occur. By nature, this makes inter- cepting the wireless signal difficult — though not impossible. For example, manufacturers can use RFID chips to track inventory, ranchers can keep track of their cattle, marathon orga- nizers can track race participants, and hospi- tals can track important personnel. RFID chips are also being embedded into passports, so officials can compare data on the tag with the printed data on the passport, en- hancing security.
Other common RFID applica- tions include chips implanted into pets that let you track your furry friend if he should run away and EZPass-enabled toll booths. Your mobile phone may have an NFC chip in it, which theoretically lets you make instant point-of-sale transactions. Other NFC tech- nology uses include electronic "keys" that will give you access or entry to a number of prede- termined places. Also, an NFC-enabled mobile phone may one day allow you to leave all your cash and credit cards at home.
All you'll have to do to make a purchase is swipe your phone near a base station likely by the cash register , and be on your way.
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But practical applications have begun hitting the mainstream, and appears to be the Year of the Femtocell. As people continue to ditch their landline phones in favor of cell phones, they some- times find out they can't connect as clearly or as consistently as they'd like. Femtocells help solve those problems by using an existing broadband link to connect securely to the wireless carrier and then send and receive cellular signals throughout a home or office.
Carriers use femtocells and other wireless broadband technologies for the same purpose — to extend cellular coverage to places where it doesn't currently work very well. How-ever, unlike Wi-Fi, when you make or receive calls via a femtocell, the call is not rebroadcast over Wi-Fi signals. Rather, the femtocell receives and transmits cellular signals and relays them to and from the cellular network over the Internet via specialized data gateways.
There are a couple of things to keep in mind when considering the purchase or lease of a femtocell. Typically, your wireless plan applies to the time spent using your mobile phone, whether your connection is through the cellular network or a femtocell. Also, fem- tocells sold in the U. If GPS cov- erage in your area is sparse, you may not be able to use femtocells.
Why Bother? Even with these potential drawbacks, car- riers are betting users will flock to femtocells. It piggybacks mobile data on land- based broadband data feeds. Unless the data is mobile-only content, users could presum- ably access it on their PCs and save the mobile data charge. Another reason why you might want a fem- tocell is that you don't need a special phone to use it; femtocells don't require dual-mode phones.
Finally, even though carriers can bill femtocell minutes, they don't have to. Sprint offers unlimited femtocell plans. At press time, Verizon offered no such deal. The Extender is just that — you pay for the modem in order to get better coverage, period. If cellular carriers can convince you that femtocells are a great idea, it will minimize their network build-out costs and possibly in- cite you to give them more business.
Score one for the carriers if they succeed. All you need to do is access it with an Internet-enabled device. Defining cloud computing is somewhat nebulous. If you ask 20 people what it is, you'll receive 20 different though somewhat related an- swers. Depending on whom you ask, cloud computing could be a simple repackaging of thin-client computing; the greatest sea change the world of computing has ever known, potentially upending giants such as Microsoft and giving power to small startups and individual users; or both.
In spartan terms, what cloud computing does is place almost all computing functions, including storage, processing power, soft- ware development, and any number of ser- vices, in the " cloud" essentially the Internet , removing the burden associated with run- ning applications from individual computers.
The idea is that all we would need in the fu- ture is a device that can access the Internet. Think of the advent of cloud computing as akin to the spread of the electrical grid years or so ago. Before cities established an electrical power grid, every business had to generate its own power.
This was expensive and consumed a great deal of time and re- sources. But with the development of the grid, all businesses had to do was plug in. The idea of cloud computing works on the same principle: Instead of relying on your own machine to run a host of applications and store all of the associated data, all you will have to do is connect to the cloud. Contributions Of Web 2.
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Many Web 2. Examples of SaaS include Google Docs docs. And ser- vices such as ZumoDrive www. Other tools include Palm's new webOS www. The idea is that you wouldn't be tied to a desktop computer, or even neces- sarily to a notebook, but you could use any Internet-enabled device to communicate, get work done, and more. The netbook, an increasingly popular type of mininotebook, is perfectly designed for cloud computing. Netbooks could accurately be called "computing appliances," because although they have onboard operating sys- tems and applications, they are optimized for mobile use.
But really, you can use cloud computing from any Internet-enabled device, including MIDs mobile Internet devices , smartphones, and notebooks. Keep your eyes peeled — there are new, in- teresting, and powerful Web 2. Do the iPhone OS and Android mobile platforms have the security and business features required to perform well across the board? But most professionals blend their work and per- sonal lives, so smartphones need to address needs both in and out of the office. This has left many business users to ponder this question.
Many smartphone makers have tailored de- vices to be enterprise-friendly. Apple and Google, however, have tailored their operating systems on the iPhone and the Gl to be what- ever you want them to be through Apple's App Store and Android Market applications. But are there enough business-oriented appli- cations out there to make the iPhone and the Android platforms good for business phones? Professionals Need Protection When you're carrying confidential content that relates to your company in your pocket, you need to be sure it's locked up tight.
Busi- ness-class smartphones, such as the Research In Motion BlackBerry, typically include strong enterprise-level security features; for example, the ability to remotely wipe a phone's memory or establish a VPN virtual private network. When the iPhone OS was first implemented in the iPhone, it lacked many of these security features.
Now, however, the iPhone OS in- cludes remote data wipe and remote device- management configurations. IT personnel can configure security and password policies re- motely, and there is support for Cisco IPSec Internet Protocol Security VPN including secure, encrypted traffic , which ensures your sensitive data will be safe. Additionally, the iPhone platform touts authentication through a password, two-factor token, and digital certifi- cates.
Although the Android platform is safe, it lacks the aforementioned enterprise-level secu- rity features. Because Android relies on third- party applications, it might take more time for developers to create programs that will imple- ment some features. Otherwise, just as iPhone users had to wait, the Android OS might not include business-class security features until the OS' second or third implementation. Tools For Success Even though the initial releases of the Android and iPhone OSes didn't provide much support for business tools, such as Microsoft Exchange or the Office apps, Google and Apple are making improvements in these areas with their respective OSes.
Android received a lift from third-party apps found in the Android Market, such as ContactsSync, which syncs your Gl phone contacts with your Microsoft Exchange Server account. Additionally, third-party devel- oper DataViz announced it is working to create a program that will let Android users view, create, and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps. Other third-party apps offer built-in support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, which delivers push email to your phone, and you can view Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents.
Additionally, there are many apps that boost productivity and augment the efficiency of the iPhone and the Android platforms. For example, the newly released iPhone OS 3. Android users, keep your eyes open, because the Android will likely be ready for business use in the future.
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Google Latitude is a new Google Maps feature that lets you view your friends' locations and status messages on a map or in a list. You can share your location and status while also preserving your privacy. Using Google Latitude, you can communicate with other users via text message or IM, or even a phone call.
Additionally, you can choose to edit sync groups and import contacts when you go to the menu listed under contacts. Some users have reported that they have more free storage space than before. In addition to these new features, T-Mobile and Google have fixed bugs pertaining to mes- sage stability, Wi-Fi, and reminders for cal- endar items.
With Adobe's Flash platform, smartphone users will be able to enjoy the same type of rich Web content Adobe Flash delivers to desktop Web applications. Palm has also joined Adobe's Open Screen Project. In other Flash news, Apple and Adobe have had a more complicated relationship. Current content services, such as Download! The new service will offer applications, games, videos, widgets, podcasts, and location-based apps, among other services.
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It will also offer personalization applica- tions for Nokia S40 and S60 devices. Additionally, the Nokia N97, due out in June, will b Nokia's first handset to come with an integrated version the Ovi Store. The update addresses troubles users report having with MMS, including problems with receiving messages, missing messages, and delays. The update also provides a fix for an issue attributed to a device's screen going blank, which caused users to lose information. Additionally, through the update, the phone now supports geotagging information for its camera, and users can capture photos using the front camera.
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He states, 'It the Xperia smartphone sold over , units in its first week in Japan, taking a 24 percent market share straight away. The smartphone also has Ingress Protection Ratings of IP55 and IP58, making it dust protected, low pressure water jet protected, and waterproof. It was released on 17 May in Japan where it is marketed as the 'Xperia A'. Xperia ZLMain article: The ZL compromises water and dust proofing for a thinner frame, an IR blaster, a dedicated camera button, slightly more battery capacity and a cheaper build.
The Xperia Z1 is a dust resistance and waterproof phone with a rating of IP55 and The main feature of the device is the Similar to its predecessor, the Sony Xperia Z, the phone features tempered glass covered by shatterproof film on front and back which is held together by a one piece aluminium frame. With Qualcomm's latest quad-core Snapdragon S processor clocked at 2.
Xperia Z1 CompactMain article: It does retain the same hardware as the Xperia Z1, such as the Xperia Z2Main article: It comes with latest Android Version 5. Xperia Z2 has the same It has a much improved display now -Sony used IPS technology instead of TFT, which means that there is a very noticeable improvement in viewing angles and color accuracy. Xperia Z3Main article: As its predecessor, it will feature Snapdragon and 4K video recording. The device has Remote Play, allowing users to play PlayStation 4 games.
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The Xperia Z3 was released in September Xperia Z3 CompactMain article: Unlike the Z1 Compact, its weight is g and has a 4. Like its flagship, it has the same IP rating and was released in September Xperia Z3 Z4 in Japan Main article: The Xperia Z Ultra can be used to take notes or draw on with a regular pen or pencil. TabletsXperia Tablet ZMain article: First announced in Japan, the tablet was then announced globally in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress on February 25, Weighing 1.
Succeeding the Xperia Tablet S, the Xperia Tablet Z comes with a faster processor, a better front-facing camera, a higher-resolution screen, and Ingress Protection Ratings of IP55 and IP57, for dust-protected, water-jet protected, and waterproof in up to one meter of water for up to thirty minutes. The tablet was released in May