Today, Sony Ericsson unveils the newest addition to its Android™ smartphone lineup, called the Live with Walkman™. Following the heels of its Walkman™ predecessor, the W8, the Live with Walkman™ is the first global Walkman™ smartphone for Android™.
This is the fourth in a series of tips that supplement the Xperia™ game developer recommendations. This tip expands on Display recommendations – DS3 in the list of game developer recommendations: If applicable, the representations of the device’s buttons should be displayed in the correct layout.
In June, we told you about Skype’s availability on the Xperia™ neo and Xperia™ pro. Skype has just confirmed that the release of Skype 2.1 will be supported by the Xperia™ PLAY, Xperia™ mini pro, and Xperia™ ray. Sony Ericsson Xperia™ users can now easily find and download the Skype app directly from the Sony Ericsson channel on Android™ Market.
Attention game developers! Want to get your hands on an Xperia™ PLAY for testing? You can borrow this smartphone, or other Xperia™ devices, immediately through the Sony Ericsson Device Loaner Program. The program is intended as a low cost option to allow developers to test their applications on a physical Sony Ericsson device for up to 30 days. This service is free, and only international shipping fees apply (free shipping within US & Canada).
Sony Ericsson Xperia™ PLAY delivers a groundbreaking smartphone experience – the first all-in-one handset and game console. As a gaming device, the full-featured PlayStation® Certified Android™ smartphone boasts a 4” screen and superb stereo sound combined with real gaming control keys – directional pad, trigger buttons, PlayStation® buttons – fine-tuned for sturdiness and tactility.
Read on to get an overview of how to best develop games for Sony Ericsson Xperia™ PLAY.
In a press conference in Singapore today, Sony Ericsson introduced the addition of three new, exciting phones to its portfolio – the Xperia™ ray, Xperia™ active and the Sony Ericsson txt. Xperia™ ray and Xperia™ active are the newest members of the Xperia family of smartphones. The Sony Ericsson txt is an entertaining messaging phone.
Are you unsure about which texture format is supported by your Xperia™ smartphone? Are you also wondering which texture compression should you use? We’ve got some helpful texture compression tips from Jonas Gustavsson, a Senior Graphics Expert for the Sony Ericsson Research and Technology group.
Developer World met up with the creators of Minecraft at E3 in Los Angeles, to find out how it all started and what Xperia™ PLAY adds to the Minecraft gameplay. Check out the video to learn more!