Announcing our new flagship smartphone, the Xperia™ S

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Today we announced the new Xperia™ S, our new flagship smartphone and the first of the new Xperia NXT series. This stunning Android™ smartphone boasts a 1.5 GHz dual core, 1 GB RAM, 4.3-inch 720×1280 resolution reality display, 12 MP camera with Exmor R™ mobile, NFC, and much more! Read more after the jump.

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Announcing our new flagship smartphone, the Xperia™ S

Introducing Xperia™ ion – our first LTE smartphone for the U.S. market

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We’re excited to announce the release of the Xperia™ ion, the first LTE smartphone from Sony in the U.S. and carried exclusively by AT&T. And it has all the features that developers and users alike have been looking for in an Android™ smartphone – 1.5 GHz dual core processor with Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 Mobile Processor, 1 GB RAM, a 4.6-inch, 720×1280 resolution reality display, 12 MP camera with Exmor R™ mobile sensor, NFC, and much more! Get the full specs after the jump.

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Introducing Xperia™ ion – our first LTE smartphone for the U.S. market

Latest channel for Xperia™ developers further expands reach to consumers

Have you had a chance to check out Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Games blog? With their recent announcement of 200 available games (and counting), consumers have another great place to find the latest news about Xperia gaming. And for developers working to get their games optimised for Xperia devices, such as through the Stand out from the crowd program, Developer World also sees this as fantastic opportunity to gain further exposure for your games. Jonas Petterson from the Sony Ericsson Developer Program explains more after the jump.

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Latest channel for Xperia™ developers further expands reach to consumers

Xperia™ phones first to support WebGL™

In the latest software upgrade  we did for the 2011 Xperia™ phones, we’ve included WebGL™ support. By doing so, Sony Ericsson is the first mobile phone manufacturer to support WebGL for the Android web browser. WebGL basically makes it possible to extend the capability of the JavaScript programming language to allow it to generate interactive 3D graphics within the web browser. Read more about Sony Ericsson’s WebGL support after the jump, and find out about special considerations to keep in mind when developing 3D web applications targeting touch-enabled devices.

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Xperia™ phones first to support WebGL™

Camera libraries available for Sony Ericsson phones

As promised when we announced our support of independent developers, we have now made the camera library binaries for a number of Sony Ericsson phones available under a special end user license agreement (EULA). You can use these camera libraries to handle the camera hardware in our 2011 Xperia™ phones except Xperia™ PLAY, which has a different camera module.

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Camera libraries available for Sony Ericsson phones

Ice Cream Sandwich anyone?

If you have missed it, our friends at the Sony Ericsson Product Blog today confirmed that Sony Ericsson plans to upgrade the entire 2011 Xperia™ portfolio to the next version of Android known as Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich. Find out all the details at the Sony Ericsson Product Blog!

More detailed information regarding this upgrade, timing and global availability will be communicated in due course on the Product blog. For more in depth technical information about the Xperia™ upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich, stay tuned to Developer World!

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Ice Cream Sandwich anyone?

Use the multiple APK support on Google Play

Google recently announced multiple APK support on Google Play, which allows you to upload multiple versions of an APK for a single product listing, instead of having to upload a single APK file for every version of your product. We got the lowdown from Anupam Nath, a Developer Support Engineer at Sony Mobile, who explains in more detail about how this new feature can help solve some of your issues when publishing your app on Google Play. See more after the jump.

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Use the multiple APK support on Google Play

Xperia Studio website is now live!

Xperia Studio is live. The official website is up and running, and shows off the latest collaborations with artists, intellectuals, and digital fanatics who have experimented with Xperia™ phones to remake reality. Instead of the ordinary research of making calls clearer or screens brighter, Xperia Studio is working with outside-the-box thinkers, who have already gone beyond the boundaries of mobile technology. Check out this video on the Invisible Universe and others on the Xperia Studio website to see the amazing ways that scientists, artists, and musicians have come up with for re-defining how to use Xperia™ smartphones. You can also download project source codes and apps from projects directly from the site. Do you have any wild or crazy ideas for Xperia Studio on how else you can use a smartphone?

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Xperia Studio website is now live!

Learn how to be a standout developer at VDC 2011, and win an Xperia PLAY!

Are you wondering how you can make your mobile game or app standout better? We can show you how… in Las Vegas. That where we will be hosting a speaking session, as part of this year’s Verizon Developer Community (VDC) Conference happening September 13-14 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Forget the slots and the Strip, the real action (for developers) will be at VDC, Verizon’s yearly conference designed to get your app into as many customers’ hands as possible. We took some time to talk with Magnus Ekenheim, Sony Ericsson’s Head of the Developer Program. Read on to find out what’s in store for our developers at VDC.

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Learn how to be a standout developer at VDC 2011, and win an Xperia PLAY!
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