Last month rumors started flying about a new smartphone accessory from Sony called a Lens Camera. It’s basically a lens with full camera hardware that you can attach to the back of your phone. The Lens Camera is paired via NFC and images are transmitted via WiFi.
It might be a little late, but the Sony Xperia Z is finally coming to America. T-Mobile just announced that it will be exclusively on their network on July 17 for $99 down and 24 monthly payments of $20. Customers can also pre-order the Xperia Z online on July 16 and receive a free Sony Wireless Speaker gift. If you can’t wait until July 17, you can grab it now from any of the 38 U.S.
At the IFA conference last month, Sony announced multiple new devices including the Sony Xperia V. This phone introduces a new type of touch screen technology which will combine the lens and sensor to give a “direct touch experience.” Traditional touchscreens on other smartphones have three layers: lens, sensor and display.
The upcoming “lens cameras” from Sony looks like a cool accessory for the camera enthusiast. Either one can be used as a standalone camera or attached to your phone utilizing its display as the viewfinder.
If you’re wondering how much Sony is going to charge for these bad boys, wonder no more.
Following our previous articles, Photo Lens, Radio Lens, RuneScape Wikia Lens, German Ubuntu Forum Lens, Web History Lens, Rotten Tomatoes Scope, Clear Dark Sky Lens, DuckDuckGo Lens, News Lens, Pidgin Lens, Bliss Lens, Wikipedia Lens, Bookmarks Lens, ManPages Search Lens, today we are introducing the Ubuntu GitHub Lens for the Unity interface.
T-Mobile has a little event in New York City on July 1oth, which will probably cover phase 2 of their UNcarrier plan and the Sony Xperia Z. According to a leaked T-Moble roadmap, a “Major EIT Release” is scheduled for July 14, and a few days later, on the 17th is “Device Launch Day”.
Sony today announced a new entry-priced DSLT (Digital Single Lens Translucent) camera, the a58, priced at $600 bundled with a newly designed 18-55mm zoom kit lens, and coming to retail in April this year.