Earlier this month, we introduced Xperia E4; the affordable, easy-to-use smartphone with great battery life – in a quality Sony design. Now, we’ve unveiled the new Xperia E2-iii smartphone, offering the same ease-of-use and powerful battery performance – with speedy 4G LTE connectivity. Xperia E4g features a 4.7” display, 5MP main camera, quad-core 1.5GHz processor, and runs Android 4.4.4 (KitKat). Read on for all the specs on Xperia E4g.
Today marks the announcement of Xperia E4, Sony’s newest smartphone. Xperia E4 features a 5” qHD display, 5MP main camera, quad-core 1.3 GHz processor, weighs 144g, has a screen resolution of 960×540 pixels, and runs Android 4.4.4 (KitKat). A dual SIM version of Xperia E4 is also available. Get the full specs for Xperia E4 after the jump.
Imagine having your plants watered automatically once a day, or adding a voice to your favorite stuffed animal. Both kids and adults can build these and other inventions with MESH, an easy-to-use, creative DIY kit that uses wireless smart tags pre-programmed with various functions. Read on to learn about the MESH project, latest activities, and where to see MESH next.
The AR effect SDK is now available by request to qualified Unity developers. If you’re a developer with Unity 3D experience, and understand 3D modelling and animation, then you’ll definitely want to read on to learn about the AR effect app and the AR effect SDK.
Sony is here to support you globally. Whether you need to download new software or want to find out about the latest new features, our colleagues at Xperia Care have got the answers for you. The help and support you need is right at your fingertips with the Xperia Care app. And as the main focus of Developer World is helping Android app and game developers, we want to take the opportunity to guide you to the right point of contact.
This is the fourth article in our touchscreen technology series. In this article, the focus is on the touch panel system test, which examines the time it takes for events to travel through the touch screen ecosystem. Our touchscreen experts – Magnus Johansson, Master Systems Engineer software, and Alexander Hunt, Senior Systems Engineer hardware – also explain the equipment used for testing, as well as specific observations that are monitored, including latency, frame rate, and display refresh speed.
Are you active on Stack Overflow? This Q&A site for professional and enthusiast programmers is where you’ll find Support Engineer Robert McCain and the rest of our Support Engineering team here at Sony, actively monitoring the site for new questions. Stack Overflow has tons of technical questions and answers regarding Sony’s API and SDK-related resources. And if you can’t find the answer you need, posting and tagging your question here is the best way to get it answered.
SmartWatch 2 is one of Sony’s most popular devices among developers, as it enables a lot of innovative use cases related to remote control, notifications and much more. If you haven’t developed your own SmartWatch 2 app yet, or if you’re looking tweaking your existing SmartWatch 2 app, we’ve gathered our top 5 tips for developers in this post.
Are you interested in trying SmartEyeglass, Sony’s binocular, see-through eyewear with camera, GPS and sensors? Or maybe learn about how to test your apps on Sony devices for free through the newly-launched Remote Device Lab (beta)? Find out about all that Sony has to offer developers at this year’s Droidcon London.
This is the third article in our touchscreen technology series. In this piece, our touchscreen experts – Magnus Johansson, Master Systems Engineer software, and Alexander Hunt, Senior Systems Engineer hardware – explain Android touch resampling, which happens when a new, synthetic touch event is created and inserted into the event flow. Read more after the jump.