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2019 has proved to be an exciting year for the smartphone industry: the world has seen brand new forms, multitudes of camera lenses, and notches thinner than ever seen before – and it’s only July.
Chief executive officer Kenichiro Yoshida is showing he knows how to manage a shrinking Sony Corp.
Google has unveiled a host of new features planned for the next version of its operating system, Android Q.
TOKYO: Sony Corp.’s forecast for operating earnings missed analysts’ estimates and the company withdrew its financial targets for electronics and entertainment due to a tougher business environment.
When the Huawei Mate X was first unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress, the company said that the handset would likely to go on sale in mid-2019. According to a report published by GizmoChina this week, the device will hit the consumer market in June 2019 starting at €2,299 (RM10,611), or about US$2,590 (RM10,603).
It's only March and manufacturers have already seriously upped their game in terms of smartphones. The first foldables are set for release soon, while more cameras are relentlessly being added to all other phones.
An app and console update allows PlayStation 4 users to stream games onto their iOS devices, according to a tweet from the official PlayStation Twitter.
Flexible and folding formats framed the future of smartphones this week as manufacturers focused on new forms in an effort to jolt the market out of uniformity and re-invigorate sales.
Japan’s Sony, which has fallen way behind its South Korean and Chinese rivals in the smartphone sales race, aims to capitalise on its movie pedigree with new devices featuring 21:9 ratio screens, the dimensions used to film blockbusters.