After Sony unveiled the new logo for the upcoming the PlayStation 5 console at CES 2020, it has received five million likes by the fans on their Instagram post. The company never changes the logo design for each of their new PS arrivals and it has always remained the same with just the number being changed from PS4 to PS5. Read More
Sony is widely known for its innovation and mass appeal as it always tries to do something different in front of its competitors. A source now claims that the company is developing a smartphone with a total of 8 cameras – six on the rear and a dual camera on the front. This could be similar to Nokia 9 PureView with penta-camera setup and also could be the first smartphone to come with 6 rear cameras. Read More
A new leak for the next generation of iPhones has come up online which gives us more insight into what’s in store for the potential future buyers. We are looking at a completely redesigned iPhone with the best in class camera technology that will likely be available by the end of next year. The leak speaks about the use of Sony’s 3D Camera sensors which has never been seen on an iPhone before and will probably bring in luck for the company in 2019. Read More
Sony will soon be launching the miniature version of its Original PlayStation, similar to what Nintendo did recently. The tiny new gaming device would be called PlayStation Classic, which the company announced in a blog post today. Sony wants its fans to enjoy the classic arcade gaming experience all over again and it is leavings no efforts in making sure to pack a punch in PS Classic. Read More
Today, Sony announced a new phone, a mid-tier waterproof device known as the Xperia M2 Aqua. The specifications of the device are quite similar to the Xperia M2 (apart from the waterproofing, of course), with a low resolution qHD 4.8″ display, a Quad Core Snapdragon 400 Processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, a 2300mAh battery, and an Exmor RS 8MP rear facing camera. Read More
As you may know, Sony had a countdown timer on their site, and when it reached zero, they were supposed to announce something new. But, like us, Sony couldn’t hold onto it much longer, and made the countdown timer tick to zero, about a week before it should have, and what they announced, isn’t something which you might consider really special. Read More
Sony has released a Playstation App for iOS and Android that allows you to log in using your PSN ID to connect and view your trophy haul, friends list, and get up to date information about Playstation news and happening from the Playstation blog.